Watt to host SNL
January 21, 2020
JJ Watt to host Saturday Night Live
Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt will host Saturday Night Live on February 1, the show announced today.
Past SNL hosts from the NFL include Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Tom Brady, John Madden, Joe Montana, Walter Payton, Deion Sanders, O.J. Simpson, and Fran Tarkenton. Memorable sketches include Peyton Manning as a United Way volunteer who took a game of youth football way too seriously, and Montana as Sincere Guy Stu, Phil Hartman’s painfully honest roommate.
Watt, a Walter Peyton Man Of The Year winner, and three-time defensive player of the year, missed half the season with a pectoral muscle injury. He returned for the Texans playoff loss against the Chiefs. Kansas City scored touchdowns on seven straight possessions, an NFL postseason record after Houston shot-out to a 24-0 lead barely 19 minutes into the game.
Bill O'Brien is still the head coach/GM of the team.
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