On Saturday, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was named AFC Defensive Player of the Year by the Kansas City Committee of 101.
This is the face you make when you win AFC Defensive Player of the Year. #101Awards pic.twitter.com/KQSj8H8LXi— Kansas City Chiefs (@KCChiefs) March 1, 2015
And another AFC DPOY award for @jjwatt presented by Andre Ware #101Awards pic.twitter.com/qqigqZSdQ6— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) March 1, 2015
This is Watt's second career Defensive Player of the Year from the Kansas City Committee of 101; he previously selected for the award in 2012.
The Kansas City Committee of 101 began giving out awards in 1969, and originally 101 Chiefs fans that paid $1,000 to vote. Now, the awards are voted on by a 101-member committee of writers and media personalities that cover the NFL.
BRB has covered Watt's numerous feats in 2014 over and over again - 20.5 sacks, 78 total tackles, 59 solo tackles, 29 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles, one interception, a safety, two defensive touchdowns, and four receiving touchdowns.
Watt was also voted Defensive Player of the Year by Associated Press, and finished second in Most Valuable Player voting to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.