The Pittsburgh Steelers are crushing the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday Night Football. That is true both on the scoreboard (21-0 in the first quarter) and on this scoring play, when punter Kevin Huber got absolutely annihilated while trying to stop Antonio Brown on this punt return.
His return is questionable with a “dental injury,” as he had his bloody mouth packed while walking off the field.
UPDATE: Michele Tafoya is reporting that Kevin Huber suffered a fractured jaw on this play.
Bengals punter Kevin Huber not only suffered broken jaw but also a cracked vertebrae in his neck on block by Steelers' Gavin. Headed to IR.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) December 16, 2013
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