JuJu Smith-Schuster hangs up his dancing shoes
For the Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster there will be no more dancing on the field.
Smith-Schuster has earned the wrath of opposing players for the past two weeks for making social media videos of himself dancing on opposing teams' midfield logos prior to matches. Steeler's head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that he did not consider dancing a "legitimate" motivational factor for opposing teams, but that he would talk to Smith-Schuster about it because it was a matter of respect.
On Wednesday, Smith-Schuster told reporters that he would stop dancing. He said he didn't find it disrespectful but it had become a distraction for the team and so he would stop it.
"To improve myself and my teammates, I'll stop dancing on the logos," said Smith-Schuster of Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Anyone who has watched the last three Steelers games knows that the reasons for the defeat go way beyond anything that happened long before kick-off, but as Smith-Schuster noted, it had become for the team at a time when What to Deal with Your focus must be on fixing the problem as soon as the game starts.
JuJu Smith-Schuster hangs up his dance shoes, which originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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