The highly-anticipated game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens finally took place on Wednesday evening. Many have been waiting for the tussle, including Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt.

After all the chatter and hype surrounding the game, which got postponed several times due to issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, it finally pushed through. It was, however, nothing that anyone expected. The duel produced a rather low-scoring and sloppy game, which had a ton of lousy plays and questionable calls.

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Watt had his eyes glued on the rather torturous tussle and was clearly unimpressed with how the referees handled the contest. The five-time Pro Bowler didn't bite his lip and took out his frustration on Twitter.

Despite the allegedly bad officiating, he still tuned in to cheer for his younger brother, Steelers outside linebacker TJ Watt.

Initially set for Thanksgiving Day, the game was pushed for multiple postponements after a mini-breakout of COVID-19 within the Ravens organization. At least four players tested positive, forcing the team to shut down facilities and suspend all activities. This eventually moved the game a total of three times in a span of a week before finally pushing through on Wednesday night.

Eventually, it was the Steelers who came out on top with a 19-14 win over the short-handed Ravens, who were still missing key pieces. Quite notably, reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson had to sit this one out after he also tested positive for COVID-19.

JJ Watt, meanwhile, can now focus on their Week 13 matchup as they host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday in another AFC South showdown.