Vonn Bell opens up about huge hit on logo-dancing JuJu Smith-Schuster

Cincinnati Bengal's safety Vonn Bell laid out on Monday night his team's Pittsburgh Steelers shocking victory over JuJu Smith-Schuster.
What would normally have been a routine game was anything but - JuJu's pregame logo dancing in midfield was something Bell had talked about earlier this week.
Bell's massive hit that went viral was just that he supported the conversation.
Not that Bell is the kind of guy to brag about such things from the field, though he answered a question about it with a chuckle before saying the following, according to The Athletic's Paul Dehner Jr.
"I've seen 19. I'm not a boastful guy, man. I just go out there and let my piece do the talking. It just happened that it came to that. I just play soccer, man. I just go out and try a piece do. "
Others weren't that shy about the effects. Here's what linebacker Josh Bynes said on Dehner, "Oh boy, it just gave us so much momentum, so much energy."
Do you want a simple translation? This is exactly what the Bengals had in mind when they signed Bell to lead the defense and locker room in general.
It's been a long time since the Bengals physically matched the Steelers and struck back, if not first. And it's no surprise that Bell's big, meaningful game seemed to be developing unstoppable momentum on the road to victory.
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