Packers vs. Texans 2012: J.J. Watt continues sack barrage, trolls Aaron Rodgers

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J.J. Watt sacked Aaron Rodgers in the first quarter of Sunday Night Football, and then performed a troll-worthy celebration.

Houston Texans linebacker J.J. Watt got sack No. 8.5 early on in Sunday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers, taking down Aaron Rodgers on second down, but that wasn't the interesting part. Rodgers, whose touchdown dance has now been co-opted by his corporate sponsor, State Farm, and branded "The Discount Double Check," got trolled by his attacker, who threw it right in the trash.

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Clearly, someone is a Dennis Haysbert fan.

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