The Pittsburgh Steelers gave up a touchdown to the Green Bay Packers, and on one of the most critical plays, linebacker Ryan Shazier was not in the game.
Shazier went down on play once the Packers were in the red zone, and he had to leave the field after making a tackle on a 3rd and 12 play. He had to be helped off of the field with a left leg injury.
The Steelers taped up his ankle, and he apparently has stopped limping according to The Athletic’s Mark Kaboly.
Now Ryan Shazier isn't limping. Tape is magical
— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly) November 27, 2017
Shazier went back on the field with the defense on the next drive, but was able stay on the field for the rest of the Packers’ game-tying drive. The Packers converted on 4th and 6, and scored a touchdown on the very next play—a touchdown run by running back Jamaal Williams.
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