An hour ago
JuJu Smith-Schuster said that Antonio Brown has been a little clue about understanding the most productive pass-catcher and social-media star of this NFL of the decade.
That Smith-Schuster covers the opportunity to replace Brown as Pittsburgh Steelers's top player in both congratulations is important just how much he has learned doses and should not be done.
What's more not to do.
That brings me to one of my favorite quotes, attributed to the legendary pool hustler Minnesota Fats: I learned everything I know from idiots. You do not do what they do. It's automatic .
Steelers hoped Smith-Schuster learned the good work ethics shown by Brown to continue improving his game. They do not want to be very demons as he demands the ball that becomes a disruption to him.
Steelers need Smith-Schuster to deliver lost production by Brown's trade with the Oakland Raiders. What they did not need was for Smith-Schuster to believe he was bigger than the team.
"As a young dude I have learned a lot," Smith-Schuster said of Brown. "Actually, I've always told myself that I do not want to be the center of attention on causing problems or any issues for the organization."
Smith-Schuster has shown that he wants to be the center of attention. In general, it is for having fun off the field.
From searching for his stolen bicycle and adventure to get his driver's license, from trick-or-treating his football uniform to promoting a water-wolf battle with attendance at Chartiers Valley Prom, JuJu is brings a youth fun to Steelers and become a must-follow on Twitter and Instagram.
Like AB, except for others
"She is rare, she is special, she accepts it. She is somewhat different in a good way, in a good way," he said. Steelers receivers coach Darryl Drake of Smith-Schuster.
"I have some guys with an area of that kind of spirit, but … he's by far the class. He's up above how he approaches things, how he approaches life he really has a real perspective, the right view, he goes out, and he's happy in the community he loves children, he loves people, and that's why he's special. special person He really is. "
The same could be said for Brown before his superstardom started out of control and went on his head.
Smith-Schuster had better statistics through his first two seasons ̵
Now, Smith-Schuster should show that he can be special without the Brown drawing double teams from defenders in the opposite field. Smith-Schuster is smart enough to know that he can not do it alone.
"Not just a boy, there's always room for improvement. I'm not happy," Smith-Schuster says. "It's like we're doing with AB, and I've come in and no one knows about me and I've made my plays. I'm very happy." Honestly, the competition, I'm ready for all of it and the duplication, too. "
Smith-Schuster followed the footsteps of Brown but at a fast pace. That, before his third season, he was a Pro Bowl player known by his nickname and proving his fame was not on Sunday at Heinz Field.
That's a message that Smith-Schuster wants to send to fans, showing players and Sharing their character is now the NFL standard.
"To all the kids out there, everyone needs to know that you do not always need about football or your sport," Smith-Schuster says. "If you get out, score touchdowns, make play, make interceptions, (you can still) get out and have a good time, like YouTube, do all these fun things. you have to be a dimension. "
The off-field man does not harm the product in the field.
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