The Houston Texans took one on the chin on Saturday and were blown out by the Kansas City Chiefs by the score of 30-0. Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt was largely ineffective most of the game and only tallied one tackle, plus he aggravated a groin injury which forced him to exit the game in the third quarter and not return. After the game Watt apologized to the fans for the shutout loss to the Chiefs, Kansas City’s first playoff win in 22 years.
One of Watt’s biggest fans, Arnold Schwarzenegger, responded with an inspirational message to the Texans star.
“Hey, J.J. You and the Texans are fantastic! Just remember one thing: You didn’t lose today. And I’ll tell you why. Because losers stay down. And I know you and the Texans, you always get up. That’s why you’re winners and you always will be winners. So get going again, get up, put some fire under this team, and march forward. Hasta la vista, baby.”
Watt and Arnold have had a bromance since last summer when Schwarzenegger invited Watt to a screening of Terminator Genisys.
And the duo party together where Watt does impersonations of Schwarzenegger.
Hopefully Watt responded to Arnold by saying, “I’ll be back.”