Antonio Brown just keeps taking shots at JuJu Smith-Schuster

Antonio Brown throws shade at JuJu Smith-Schuster on Twitter over fumble

JuJu answers AB's slight, slams ex-Steeler's ego

Antonio Brown is thousands of miles away in Oakland, but Pittsburgh is still on his mind.

The tandem of Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster in Pittsburgh might've been the most risky wide receiver duo in the NFL.

One of those Pittsburgh fans took the opportunity to troll Brown, posting in his mentions an image celebrating Smith-Schuster's selection by other Steelers as the team MVP for the 2018 season.

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"Emotion: boy fumbled the whole post season in the biggest game of year", Brown wrote on Twitter. Brown in Oakland. Smith-Schuster as Pittsburgh's No. 1 receiver. Smith-Schuster approached Brown with kindness and respect in his request for any tips. His fumble was a huge blow to the season but there was no benefit for Brown to say what he did to a guy who has always been positive to him in public.

Smith-Schuster posted a quote from Mark Twain saying, "Never argue with a fool".

Over the weekend, the Oakland Raiders WR made a decision to take a shot at his former teammate by bringing up the fact that he cost the Steelers a playoff berth by fumbling the ball against the New Orleans Saints in 2018.

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Smith-Schuster didn't take long to reply, sending a good old-fashioned, not-so-subtle subtweet less than one hour later, mimicking Brown's message from earlier in the afternoon.

"What's up AB?" Smith-Schuster wrote.

After Brown criticized Roethlisberger in February, Smith-Schuster appeared to make a point of tweeting in late March: "I was so blessed to enter the league and play with a Hall of Fame QB as a 20-year old".

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He even went as far as to call Brown "childish" for his tweets. But if the Raiders can improve in Year 2 of Jon Gruden's second run as head coach, a potential playoff matchup could be in the cards.

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