Dancing on opposing team's logo did not end well for this NFL player 1 year ago

Dancing on opposing team's logo did not end well for this NFL player

He might think twice about doing that again

Dancing on the opponent's logo might have sounded like a good idea to JuJu Smith-Schuster, but it didn't end well.

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Prior to his game against Cincinnati Bengals, the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver attempted some early mind games. He was seen dancing over the Bengals logo with two footballs in hand - but he should have left the celebrations until after the match.

In the game's first quarter, Smith-Schuster was subject of a bone-crushing hit from Bengals safety Vonn Bell.

Worse still, he should have probably seen it coming.

Smith-Schuster has danced over the opponent's logo at each away game so far this season. He ruffled a few feathers at the Buffalo Bills last week, and defended his actions prior to his side's clash with the Bengals.

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The 24-year-old said: "I'm not going to stop being myself. I'm going to keep being the JuJu I came to be. Authentic. TikTok is a new platform that I've used to touch my fans and grow.

"This is something that I've been doing since I started the season, midseason. I even did it on the Cowboys logo, so it's not just their [Buffalo Bills'] logo, but the Steelers logo, and I plan to just keep doing it. I'm just having fun, doing myself."

Vonn Bell actually called him out on it before the two sides met in Cincinnati on Monday.

"It's kind of disrespectful at the end of the day. But they're on top right now so you can't really say nothing right now. We just gotta go out there, between the lines, go out there and hit him and let him know where he stands."

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Before each away game, JuJu Smith-Schuster dances on his opponent's logo to 'Adderall' (Corvette Corvette) by Popp Hunna. (Photo: Getty)

Hit him he did - but Smith-Schuster probably forgot where he was standing after Bell's humongous hit sent him crashing to the turf.

Smith-Schuster might think twice before his next dance.