If you don;t know who J.J. Watt is, then you're simply not a fan of the NFL or anything remotely fun.
The star defensive lineman for the Houston Texans is a big fan of having fun and redefining the roles of an NFL player.
Watt is known for being one of the most devastating defensive linemen in the NFL but he is also proving to be so much more to the Texans.
Watt is doubling as a short yardage tight-end and had several touchdowns to his name last season from goal-line situations.
One other thing Watt is, he is the constant star of incredible videos that get shared around pretty much everyone on the internet.
Watt's latest video however could be one of his most memorable as he has been videoed tackling a stage imposter at a Zac Brown Band concert.
After scoring a penalty shot at a charity hockey game for the University of Wisconsin, the Texans star decided to attend a concert when this happened.
Tackling a stage intruder, Watt got the approval of the crowd in attendance and was left standing over the man in victory.
Ok, it was probably staged given that the man got on stage and danced like just long enough for Watt to get into position for the tackle.
Arguably the biggest question to come from the video however is, what kind of person would volunteer to get tackled by J.J. Watt?
Either way it was a great tackle and he proved to show why it is hazardous to be a quarterback against the Texans in the NFL.
Big defensive front
The Texans are set for a big year despite having some questions over the quarterback position.
Their defensive front is one that would terrify most veterans quarterbacks with Watt teaming with new recruit Vince Wilfork and last year's number one pick in the Jadeveon Clowney
Clowney missed most of last years due to injury but has the potential to finally show what he is worth next year.