The Green Bay Packers feel that Pittsburgh Steelers rookie pass rusher T.J. Watt got away with a helmet-to-helmet hit on quarterback Brett Hundley during the team’s final drive of their 31-28 loss on Sunday evening, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN. Hundley was sacked by Watt on the first play of that last drive, but the rookie was not penalized for what Green Bay felt was a dirty hit.

“There was a hit on the first play,” said Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. “We all recognized it. The quarterback wasn’t checked.”

Hundley said that McCarthy asked him through his helmet speaker if he was okay, delaying the next play call and taking valuable seconds off of the clock.