Shannon Sharpe disputes Mike Tomlin’s stance on JuJu’s TikTok dances
According to former NFL superstar and current NFL analyst Shannon Sharpe, players find extra motivation when they are not respected by their opponents.
Sharpe was undisputed on his show, making it clear that the foreplay by TikTok's Pittsburgh Steelers that JuJu Smith cobbler does on the opposing team's logos is disrespectful and adds extra motivation to those teams.
This is a point that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has denied in his press conferences. He doesn't think the players care enough what Smith-Schuster does to bring it to the field in their game.
Cincinnati Bengal's Safety Vonn Bell is likely to disagree with this claim after setting fire to Smith-Schuster in midfield last week.
With the whole problem up in the air, the Steelers' best bet is to play it safe and just let Smith-Schuster stop. But I would like to pass the question on to you. Do you think Smith-Schuster's dances motivate opposing teams and should he stop? Let us know.
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