WATCH: Badgers legend sets record, scores TD in win

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cleveland Browns 26-22 on Monday night and former Badgers linebacker T.J. Watt accomplished two great feats.

The first feat was when he sacked Deshaun Watson in the second quarter, notching sack number 81.5 for him in his seven-year NFL career, a Steelers all-time record.

Later in the fourth quarter, Alex Highsmith recorded a strip sack and Watt was able to pick up the fumble and return it for a touchdown, notching his first touchdown of the season.

Watt finished the contest with four tackles (two solo), two of which were for a loss (including the sack), while also deflecting a pass in the victory.

Story originally appeared on Badgers Wire