J.J. Watt has done, and is doing, great things for the people in and around Houston that were affected by Hurricane Harvey.

The Texans opened their NFL season Sunday and gave a hero's welcome to number 99 before the game.

After the hurricane hit, JJ made a donation of $100,000 to help those in need and was looking to get a total of $200,000. That total has been surpassed to over $30 million as of this writing according to Sports Illustrated.

Thank you JJ Watt.

To have the Texans open their season in Houston was a much needed distraction for those affected.

Unfortunately, the Texans lost to division foe Jacksonville Jaguars 29-7.

The Jaguars sacked Texans quarterbacks Tom Savage and rookie DeShaun Watson a combined 10 times and forced 4 turnovers. Jaguars rookie running back, Leonard Fournette, rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown, too.

Four Texans also had to leave the game after suffering concussions including starting linebacker Brian Cushing and starting tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz.

The Texans have a quick turn around as they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals Thursday night.