After unleashing absolute mayhem for the Cincinnati Bengals offense, T.J. Watt had to exit the game in the fourth quarter on the drive the Bengals scored the game-tying touchdown. The Pittsburgh Steelers defensive star believes it’s a serious injury.
#Steelers OLB TJ Watt is going to the locker room with what appears to be a pec injury. It seems like he said "I tore it."— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 11, 2022
Here’s the video of Watt seemingly telling his teammates he “tore” the pec. The Steelers OLB headed to the locker room afterward.
“I tore my pec”— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 11, 2022
Please no. Don’t take TJ Watt from us pic.twitter.com/wbXqSAtDTf
Watt exited the game with six tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack, one interception, and two pass deflections.
Since then, it’s been confirmed he suffered a pec injury.
#Steelers All-Pro pass-rusher TJ Watt did, in fact, suffer a pec injury and he's already been ruled out.— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 11, 2022
Does not sounds good.
Najee Harris also suffered an injury during the game. He limped to the locker room. After the play, he appeared to be in serious pain. Evan Washburn, reporting for CBS’ broadcast, said Harris took his shoe off and threw it in frustration.
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