"He's just another guy, a talented dude, but he puts his helmet on just like me," Warmack said Monday, per the Tennessean. "I am not going to give him any more credit than he deserves. He's a talented player. But everybody has a weakness, and he does, too."
"He did (have some success). But that's football," Warmack said. "You are going to get beat. There are some plays where he got beat, so that's the game. You can't get concerned with the name."
Warmack's confidence is noted. It will be interesting to hear back from the rookie by season's end. He's shown plenty of potential along Tennessee's rebuilt line -- and we're not asking him to bow down -- but Watt might be the finest player he faces all season.