Tyreek Hill Floats Brilliant Way To Squash Beef Between JuJu Smith-Schuster And A.J. Brown

JuJu Smith-Schuster and A.J. Brown

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History will show the Chiefs topped the Eagles by a score of 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII, but most people who watched the game will likely remember a couple of controversies you could argue altered the outcome of the contest.

The first is what many people have referred to as “SodGate,” as it’s safe to assume part of the reason a hobbled Patrick Mahomes wasn’t sacked a single time over the course of the contest was the awful turf that drew ire from players on both teams.

The second is the holding call on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry that allowed Kansas City to milk some incredibly precious time off of the clock before kicking what would end up being the game-winning field goa—a questionable (but ultimately correct) flag that nonetheless angered plenty of fans.

That issue spawned even more drama earlier this week when Chiefs wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster had some fun at Bradberry’s expense by posting a Valentine’s Day card inspired by what transpired at the end of The Big Game.

Eagles WR A.J. Brown quickly rushed to defend his teammate’s honor while dubbing the KC wideout “TikTok Boy” in an exchange that ultimately ended with Smith-Schuster doing what he could to diffuse the situation he sparked.

Now, Tyreek Hill has entered the chat, as the former Chief (and current Dolphin) took JuJu to task for failing to fully commit to the role of the villain while discussing what went down, saying, “How are you gonna start the fire and then want to play victim?”


It’s not clear if the two men have put their differences behind them, but Hill also floated a pretty ingenious way to settle their beef if it does indeed still exist:

“We need a Verzuz battle. JuJu Smith-Schuster vs. Anthony Brown in a Verzuz battle. Best plays versus best plays…That’s how they should do it.

A.J. Brown all day.”

I never knew I needed something like that and now I don’t know how I’ve lived without it.