Shazier totaled seven tackles (six solo) in the Steelers' loss to the Broncos on Sunday. He finished with 20 tackles in two post season games. Despite missing four games this season due to injuries (knee, concussion), Shazier finished the year with 87 tackles (55 solo), second on Pittsburgh to Lawrence Timmons (119), including 3.5 sacks. He also had an interception, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Shazier has one year remaining on his rookie contract, and the Steelers would be wise to resign him, just as fantasy owners would be to consider him on draft day in IDP formats.
Shazier had a team high 13 tackles (nine solo) and a fumble recovery Saturday in the Steelers' win over the Bengals. Shazier forced a fumble with a hit on Cincinnati running back Giovani Bernard, then recovered it to give the Steelers the ball at the 25-yard line with 1:37 remaining in the third quarter. The Pittsburgh defense has held its last three opponents to just 48 points (16 PPG), but allowed Denver, their divisional playoff opponent, to score 27 points the previous week.
Shazier had seven tackles (three solo), including a half sack in Pittsburgh's win over Cleveland on Sunday. Shazier split a sack with Lawrence Timmons in the first quarter, increasing his 2015 and career total to 3.5 sacks.
Shazier led the team with 13 tackles (five solo) in Pittsburgh's loss to Baltimore on Sunday. The 13 tackles gives Shazier 80 on the season, second only to Lawrence Timmons on the team. Still, the second-year linebacker has struggled to get to opposing quarterbacks, with just three sacks this season and none since Week 9 against Cleveland, who he will face in Week 17.
Shazier (knee) recorded six tackles (three solo) and an interception in Pittsburgh's win over Denver on Sunday. Plagued by injuries that have cost him significant playing time in his first two season, Shazier picked the perfect time to secure his first career interception, giving the Steelers the ball at the Broncos 37-yard line, leading to what would be the game-winning touchdown.