T.J. Watt forces Geno Smith fumble to set up Steelers’ overtime win over Seahawks

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T.J. Watt is the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL.

He showed why again on Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 23-20 in overtime.

The Seahawks had the ball and Geno Smith dropped to pass.

Smith didn’t find anyone and started to run. Watt somehow came through a slew of Seattle linemen and forced Smith to fumble.

Devin Bush recovered the ball and the Steelers were set up deep in Seattle territory.

After a couple of plays where Ben Roethlisberger basically took the snap to center the ball for Chris Boswell, it was the kicker’s time.

Boswell came on and his kick was true from 37 yards and the Steelers were 3-3 and Seattle was 2-4.

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