What are we doing, Chase Claypool?
The Pittsburgh Steelers mounted a huge comeback, coming back from 29-0 to give themselves a chance late in the 4th quarter to tie the game.
During the final drive of the game and the Steelers needing all the time they can get, Chase Claypool caught a pass to get a first down and proceeded to celebrate the first down rather than getting the ball to the referee so the Steelers could spike the ball.
The entire sequence cost the Steelers at least five seconds and at least one play:
Terrible situational awareness from Claypool, who had a stellar game, hauling in 9 receptions for 93 yards.