JJ Watt is still setting records.

The former Wisconsin star recorded his 100th career NFL sack in a win over the Jaguars on Sunday.

Here’s the play:

The play also resulted in a forced fumble, although the Jaguars recovered.

Watt is the 35th player in NFL history to reach 100 sacks in his career. He’s currently fourth on the active player leaderboard, now trailing Cameron Wake by just half a sack.

Terrell Suggs (139) and Von Miller (106) are the only other active players with more career sacks than Watt.

Unfortunately for Watt, the Texans don’t appear to be headed back to the playoffs this season. Houston is 2-6 and fired coach Bill O’Brien after a rocky start.

The Texans will play the Browns next weekend as Watt looks to climb further up the all-time sack leaderboard.