Jason Pierre-Paul has officially gotten the trash talk going this week with his latest comments.
After moving Mike Remmers to the left side to take Eric Fisher’s place following his Achilles injury in the AFC Championship Game — Jason Pierre-Paul had zero sympathy for what the Chiefs were going through.
“I don’t care, it don’t matter. This is the freaking Super Bowl,” Pierre-Paul said of the Chiefs’ offensive line injuries Monday. “I don’t care if they have three offensive linemen, they send two to block me, three to block me. I’m going to do what I need to do. Us boys going to do what we need to do. That’s a you problem. They gotta figure that out. I’m coming to play a football game. Not just any football game, but Super Bowl LV. I ain’t got time to play games. The only game I’m playing is football. … I don’t care about their offensive linemen. I don’t care.”
It was even worse when he was asked about Remmers:
“I didn’t even know who that was,” Pierre-Paul said of Remmers. “Man, I’m not going to lie to you. Is this a tackle that you’re talking about? Like I said, I don’t care too much about it. They got to figure that out. I’m going to play some great football this weekend.”
On Tuesday, the 31-year-old shrugged off those disrespectful comments.
“Yeah, I had someone send it to me, and honestly I don’t really care what his opinion is on anything,” Remmers said. “It’s like every week I’ve played in this league, I’ve never gone into a game thinking, ‘Hey, I wonder what this guy thinks of me.’ I don’t care at all. It makes no difference to me. I’m just going out there to do my job.”
Remmers made 10 starts for the Chiefs during the regular season. He’ll now get the biggest start of his career on Sunday.
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