Jadeveon Clowney obliterated Maxx Williams on Monday night (Video)

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Houston Texans’ linebacker Jadeveon Clowney has ben dominating opposing offenses this season.

Despite all of the injuries that the Houston Texans have suffered on defense, linebacker Jadeveon Clowney has been able to stay on the field, after a rough start to his career that led to him undergoing microfracture surgery on his knee.

Clowney has been dominant this season and is the main reason Houston’s defense is able to slow opposing offenses down enough to stay in games. He’s recorded 37 tackles, nine sacks and two forced fumbles this season.

Clowney made his presence felt during this past Monday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens. In the play below, he completely obliterated Ravens’ tight end Maxx Williams.

That is just a brutal play. It almost looks like Clowney wasn’t even worried about making a tackle on Ravens’ running back Alex Collins. He was just trying to blow up Williams because after he laid him out, he stopped pursuing the play.

Instead of going high on Clowney, Williams would have been smarter to go low and take out his legs in order to avoid getting flattened like he did.

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Here’s another play where Clowney blew through the Ravens’ offensive line.

Clowney poses all kinds of problems for opposing offenses because of how the Texans are able to move him all over the place and have him rush from different areas of the field.

Even if the Texans don’t make the playoffs, it’s a lot of fun watching Clowney play each week.