In Sunday’s game, Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt tied Michael Strahan’s single-season record for sacks with 23 seconds left in the first half.
The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Ravens 16-13, and as long as the Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders don’t tie in the night game, they can make the playoffs.
TJ Watt not only tied the sack record, but also contributed 3 hits to the quarterback in the game, a tackle for a lost yardage, a broken pass and a forced fumble — which is the majority of his Time is in the case of being double-teamed.
Before the season started, 27-year-old T.J. Watt signed a four-year, $112 million extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers, making him the league’s highest-paid defensive player. According to statistics, 6.1% of T.J. Watt’s pass rushes are converted into sacks, the highest in a single season. He also ranks third in pass rushing success as an outside rusher, rushing over screens in 2.5 seconds 25 percent of the time, behind only Myles Garrett (28 percent) and Josh Sweat (26 percent). %).