"He's got great ball skills, so that's why we move him around and use him a little bit on offense," O'Brien said Monday, per the Houston Chronicle. "Because it's not a circus show. It's what is best for our team. And we feel one of the things that is best for our team is when we get down in there close, we've got a guy over here that's a 6-foot-7 frame, physical player, he's got really good hands, he's instinctive, he's smart, he's got tight-end experience ... so why not use him?"
Watt was a tight end at Central Michigan before transferring to Wisconsin and becoming a beastly defensive lineman.
Given all the attention on Watt, we'll wait for the moment when O'Brien begins using him as a decoy on offense -- while silently hoping it never comes.