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JuJu Smith-Schuster has more Tik Tok Videos than Receiving Yards in a game this year

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Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster needs to stop dancing and start making plays. I wonder when his coach will hold him accountable.

JuJu Smith Schuster needs to sit down somewhere. He is making a name for himself as a social media hound, but if he wants to keep his following he may want to start playing better.

His best game in 2020 was against the Dallas Cowboys where he finished with 93 yards receiving. Well, there was a post on Twitter from @mldiffley that was interesting.


Check this out!

Yes, JuJu has made more videos in 2020, than he has receiving yards in a single game. Now, teams are starting to view his dancing on the teams logo as disrespect, and teams are having enough.

First, it was Josh Allen saying let them dance, we will be the one’s dancing at the end, and he was right. Yesterday, Vonn Bell absolutely destroyed the dancer coming across the middle and he fumbled giving the Bengals the ball back and helping them turn it into points.

The Bengals’ Vonn Bell addressed the logo dancing a couple of days before the contest, noting, “We just gotta go out there, between the lines, go out there and hit him and let him know where he stands.”

Joe Mixon who sat out of the game even made fun of Smith-Schuster by listening to the song while driving around Cincinnati following the Bengals’ win.

He even tweeted the name of the song out to his followers!

This is becoming a trend. I wonder when Mike Tomlin steps in and has that conversation with JuJu? I bet you it is is sooner rather than later.

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