The Bengals and Steelers never miss an opportunity to take a jab at one another. Pittsburgh took an opportunity this week to capitalize on the fight between A.J. Green and Jalen Ramsey last week in Jacksonville.
Rookie sensation JuJu Smith-Schuster and star running back Le’Veon Bell, who have teamed up for touchdown celebrations all season, worked together to reenact the brawl between Green and Ramsey from last week. After Smith-Schuster scored a seven-yard touchdown in the third quarter, Bell walked over to him and started choking him. Lasting only a few seconds, the two then shook hands and walked off the field in what was a very anti-climactic celebration.
Le'Veon Bell and WR JuJu Smith-Schuster re-enact the A.J. Green- Jalen Ramsey Fight for their TD celebration pic.twitter.com/8gNlLTOdvs— NOT_SCTop10 (@NOTSCTop10PIays) November 12, 2017
Smith-Schuster wasn’t all that happy with the celebration afterward.
“Terrible,” he said when he was asked about it after the game, via ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. “It’s probably my worst one.”
Smith-Schuster claimed that he and Bell did not rehearse this celebration. The celebration did not include the punches that Green threw, which ended up costing him $42,000.
Given the number of celebrations Smith-Schuster has done in this season, this probably is in fact the worst one he has done to date. It’s also a sad attempt to hype up Steelers fans in regards to Green’s ejection last week.
Other celebrations from Smith-Schuster this season include playing hide-and-seek with Bell, Dragon Ball Z, and playing the role of a bench press.
When asked how Green will respond, Bell answered, “I don't know, I guess we'll see.”
If Green were to comment on his thoughts on this celebration, the words “soft” and “weak” would probably come to mind, if you ask us.