All season long, there has been a vigorous, vocal campaign pushing for J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans as the NFL’s MVP.

That probably isn’t likely to happe in a league in which quarterbacks play such a vital role. But Watt is having a fairly ridiculous season, both defensively and offensively. That’s right, offensively. The latest example came Sunday, when it became apparent that the MVP discussion at least has to be a serious one.

Watt, a tight end in college, scored a touchdown on a nice fade route, pulling in a pass from Ryan Mallett in the Houston Texans’ game against the Cleveland Browns. It’s his second TD catch on offense this season. (He victimized Oakland in Week 2.) And it was Mallett’s first career TD pass.