J.J. Watt calls foul on CJ Stroud's "wrong" test results.

C.J. Stroud, the Houston Texans' rookie quarterback, performed poorly on the S2 Cognition exam prior to the NFL Draft, but it has had little impact. 

Normally, it's a decent tool to assess quarterbacks' processing skills, but Stroud received an 18 out of 100 on the exam, indicating that he would do poorly in the NFL. 

But it didn't seem to matter because he had such an impressive debut season. Even Texans legend J.J. Watt believes the test is a bunch of nonsense.

"Hang on, am I understanding this correctly? CJ Stroud 'performs poorly' on the S2 Test before the draft, and the test's creators claim, 'We've never had someone grade low and play well.'

Now that CJ has dominated, are the same folks claiming that his results may have been incorrect? "Come on, man," Watt tweeted.

At the end of the day, it makes no difference how poorly Stroud performed because he threw for 4,108 yards and 23 touchdowns throughout the regular season. 

He subsequently guided the Texans to victory in the wild-card game against the Cleveland Browns last weekend. 

He is currently attempting to lead a 14-point comeback in the divisional round against the Baltimore Ravens. You can catch the rest of the game on ABC/ESPN.

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