Back in October, JJ Watt jumped ahead of a news report when he revealed his heart had been shocked back into rhythm but he would still play against their next opponent at the time which was the Carolina Panthers.
In the tweet, Watt said he went into A-Fib, atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat.
At the time, Watt said his heart was beating “weird” and when he went for evaluation, doctors told him he was experiencing atrial fibrillation. To correct that, his heart was shocked back into rhythm.
He clearly has had no issues since that procedure, in fact, he actually brought it back up on Twitter.
Watt responded to a post that said, “J.J. Watt leads the NFL in pressures since Week 7 with 30.”
“maybe I should have my heart shocked more often…”
While Watt is no longer the Pro Bowl-caliber player he once was, he has enjoyed a bit of a renaissance this season with the Arizona Cardinals. Watt, who has been named NFL Defensive Player of the Year three times, has 6.5 sacks this season, which are his most since 2018.
Unfortunately, his stellar play on the defensive side is not enough to salvage this season for the team. Sitting at 4-8, there is little to love about the Arizona Cardinals 2022 season.
With a Week 13 bye, the Cardinals will not have the opportunity to make up for their latest loss until December 12th against the New England Patriots.
Things have gone downhill ever since the team went 7-0 to start the 2021 season. They finished that year 11-6 and second in the division as they got trounced in the playoffs. A shaky offseason with the Kyler Murray did not help things and he has not delivered since signing a new extension.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.