Pittsburgh Steelers ultimate defensive star TJ Watt has been scouring NFL history all season, as he flirts with the NFL’s layoff record. Watt eventually fell short, as he ended the record of layoffs set by the former New York Giants finish defending Michael Strahan in the final game of the regular season against Baltimore Raven. During an appearance on the Dan Patrick show, Watt admitted to performing a hilarious act while trying to break a record against Raven, via NFL correspondent Dov Kleiman and SteelersWire’s SteelersWire. USA Today.
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– Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) January 19, 2022
It’s hilarious. Steelers star TJ Watt told Dan Patrick he checked his phone during halftime against Raven to see if he would break the record. Talk about committing to something.
Watt says he checked out a group chat featuring his brother and Arizona Cardinals star JJ Watt, which is how he discovered he was still apprehensive about the layoff record. As USA Today pointed out, it’s certainly a strange move that the Steelers star admits this, as the NFL bans cell phone use at any point during the game.
The NFL Could React To TJ Watt’s fun check cell phone while trying to break sack record. If they do, call it the Watt Rule in honor of the Iron Man star.
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