Philadelphia Eagles star wideout A.J. Brown had quite the response for JuJu Smith-Schuster’s tweet that poked fun at cornerback James Bradberry, and it didn’t take long for the Kansas City Chiefs’ wideout to respond.
Late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s Super Bowl game, Smith-Schuster drew a questionable holding penalty from Bradberry that gave the Chiefs a fresh set of downs. The penalty call allowed KC to melt most of the clock, and Harrison Butker booted the game-winning field goal in the waning seconds.
On Tuesday, Smith-Schuster trolled Bradberry by posting a fake Valentine’s Day card that read, “I’ll hold you when it matters most” with a picture of the veteran corner:
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Brown took notice of Smith-Schuster’s tweet and came back with this hilarious response, referring to Kansas City’s star wideout as “Tik-Tok Boy”:
Smith-Schuster then came back with this:
Speaking to reporters after the game, Bradberry acknowledged that he did commit a holding penalty, admitting that he was simply hoping to get away with it.
If that call was made in a regular season game, there’d surely be far less backlash on it. But fair or not, there will always be plenty of fans, coaches and analysts who’ll voice displeasure over any penalty call that may determine the outcome of a game.
Super Bowl 57 itself was an all-time great game, and it would’ve been fun to see the Eagles get the ball back with enough time to score again. But there’s simply no changing the past, and the Eagles can only try to learn from this heartbreaking loss and use it as motivation for next year.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.