Bengals’ Vonn Bell’s hit on JuJu Smith-Schuster more about revenge than TikTok dances
It's clear that the Cincinnati Bengals were the hungrier team on Monday night. They were more physical in all aspects of the game, especially defense.
Athletic's Mark Kaboly, who has been reporting on the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2002, tweeted Tuesday that his source said the "Bengals entered the game to bring some big hits to Smith-Schuster".
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Bengal's security Vonn Bell blew up Steelers recipient JuJu Smith-Schuster at the end of the first quarter. The hit tore the ball out of JuJu's arms, linebacker Jordan Evans recovered and three minutes later Cincinnati scored their first touchdown of the night.
The hit that rocked JuJu didn't pay off because it danced and skewered the ball on the Bengals logo while warming up before the game, but rather avenged the crackback block that Smith-Schuster set up against linebacker Vontaze Burfict in 2017 .
Smith-Schuster received a one-game suspension for hitting and taunting from Burfict, which he spoke to and lost.
Three seasons later, some Bengals players still feel angry and thought Smith-Schuster should know.
JuJu Smith-Schuster cares more about his brand than the game
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