Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt forced a fumble for the AFC in the Pro Bowl Sunday afternoon.
Working on Minnesota Vikings left tackle, Brian O’Neill, Watt got to Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins and swatted the ball when Cousins started to throw. The ball flew in the air and into Cleveland Browns defensive lineman, Myles Garrett’s hands. Garrett then ran the fumble recovery all the way back for a touchdown.
Least shocking news of the day:@_TJWatt just got to the quarterback & forced a fumble
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The touchdown put the AFC up 20-13, and then they completed the two-point conversion to make it 22-13 with 14:48 remaining in the second quarter.