Watt Appreciative of Brady and Belichick Donations Ahead of Sunday Vs Pats

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Watt revealed at his press conference on Wednesday that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick donated $100 thousand and $50 thousand respectively to his fundraising effort. Predictably, Watt also downplayed his broken left ring finger, saying it's "just a finger" that already didn't have much feeling in it due to a torn tendon that he suffered years ago.

Mercilus led the Texans with 7.5 sacks last season after having 12 the year before. "He's just so dependable and consistent and hard-working and tough, and just shows up to work every day just doing the job the best he can with the best attitude". I think he trusts me. He can tell fans what he eats and how to prepare it, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can afford it. A few of those catches were targets that moved the chain providing further evidence of how much trust Brady has developed in White. The Pats will need contributions from all of them if they want to walk away victorious against a team they could very well see this coming January as well.

Watson's ability to escape pressure and run, as evidenced by his dynamic 49-yard touchdown scamper in last Thursday's 13-9 win over the host Cincinnati Bengals, is naturally a concern for the Patriots.

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. New England is Houston's opponent for Week 3.

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"When I look at their offense, obviously they didn't win the game, but there were several things that they did in the game that were very good", said O'Brien. "We have guys that, whatever we ask them to do, they try to do what's best for the team". You don't really know what to expect.

Belichick likes to use the term "game-plan team" when describing the Patriots or certain opponents.

"My guess is, which is typical, there could be a little bit of jealousy there and protection and possession of Tom Brady, and she probably didn't want him to go".