Texans DE J.J. Watt sums up 27-20 loss to the Colts in 303 words

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was a little more talkative to the media at 27:20 after the club's loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Here you will find all the answers of the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year with a total of 303 words.
What do you think of that loss to the Colts?
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"It is obviously a heavy defeat. Two times in three weeks we had an opportunity in the end and unfortunately we didn't manage it. So it would have been a good one without a doubt."
What do you think of how the defense has improved over the course of the game?
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"The first two trips weren't what we wanted to get the game started, but after that we kind of got involved and were pretty good. But we also didn't do enough to get the job done at the end of the day. " So that's how it went. "
How hard is it to deal with Philip Rivers' quick release buckle?
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"Yeah. Obviously, it's extremely frustrating as a pass rusher because there was a time when I was literally unlocked and didn't get there. So it's very frustrating. He knows that. He doesn't want to take the hits, and so does he." is very, very good at it. He's been doing it for a long time. He knows where his boys are and who's open, and he finds this guy and brings the ball to him. You have to give him a lot of credit. He's been playing this game for a long time . "
Are you encouraged by how you reacted after the Bears game?
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"I mean there is a new game every week in this league. I thought we came here and competed. We didn't start the way we wanted, but we had a chance in the end and we didn't make it . " . "
What are you looking for in the last few games?
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"We're obviously competitors, athletes. You want to go out and play well. You want to win. That's just the athlete in you, the competitor in you. That's what you're trying to get out and try to play football and well try to get some wins and that's all you can really do. "
What's it like standing on the sidelines to see the two losses over the past three weeks?
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"Yeah, if we hadn't let them down the previous trip, we wouldn't have been on the sidelines. So we had the opportunity and we didn't. So we lost."
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