Steven: “Yeah, we hope you are able to get that done too. The last question I want to ask you is: What are some things that you, personally are looking for to end the season?”
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D: “Personally, I want to win some games and ideally, I would like to win all of these next four games. Literally, right now we are just focused on this next week and trying to win a game and trying to find a way to put it all together.
Honestly, I just want to play to the best of my ability I can to help the team win. I just want to play my best football and put my best foot forward to finish the year strong. I really want to build off what I’ve done so far and continue to improve.”
Watt’s development has been excellent. He is constantly making plays on special teams and when given the opportunity on offense he has been great. He’s just as impressive a person as he is a player.
Regardless of the Chargers season so far, he has been a pleasure to watch this season. He deserves to get into the Pro Bowl this year, so make sure you go vote or tweet for him. I want to thank him again for taking a short amount of time out of his day for this interview.