T.J. Watt ties the league record for sacks in a single season

In Sunday’s game in US time, Steelers outside linebacker TJ Watt scored a sack with 23 seconds left in the first half of the game, tying Michael Strahan’s single-season sack. Number of records.

The Steelers eventually defeated the Ravens 16-13. As long as the Lightning and Raiders did not tie in the night game, they could advance to the playoffs.

Not only did Watt tie the sack record, he also contributed 3 hits to the quarterback in the game, a grapple that resulted in lost yards, a broken pass and a forced drop-this was still most of his time. All in the case of being double-teamed.

Before the start of this season, the 27-year-old Watt renewed his contract with the Steelers for a four-year, $112 million contract, becoming the league’s highest-paid defensive player. According to statistics, 6.1% of Watt’s rushing passes are converted into sacks, the highest in a single season. As an outside rushing passer, he can also rank third in the success rate of rushing passes. In 25% of the time, he can rush out of the opponent’s screen in 2.5 seconds, second only to Myles Garrett (Myles Garrett). (28%) and Josh Sweat (26%).

Vikings running back Darwin Cooke dislocated shoulder

US time Monday, according to ESPN reporters, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (Dalvin Cook) dislocated his shoulder in Sunday’s loss to the 49ers.

The team is still not sure how long Cook will be absent. If the time exceeds three weeks, the team may add Cooke to the injury reserve list.

Cook was injured in the third quarter of the game, was driven off the field by a medical vehicle, and missed the next game. He was tackled by defensive tackle Kevin Givens (Kevin Givens) and fell to the ground, and immediately grabbed his chest with his right hand. When the medical staff dealt with Cook urgently, the players of the Vikings and the 49ers were kneeling on one knee beside them, praying for them.

Before leaving the field, Cook rushed the ball 10 times for 39 yards, and also completed 6 catches for 64 yards. Substitute running back Alexander-Madison (Alexander Mattison) played after the game.