Antonio Brown just keeps taking shots at JuJu Smith-Schuster

Antonio Brown just keeps taking shots at JuJu Smith-Schuster

Smith-Schuster took to Twitter at 3:07 p.m. responding to Brown.

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

Brown's Twitter response blamed Smith-Schuster for his crucial fumble late in a Week 16 loss at New Orleans, saying he "fumbled the whole post season in the biggest game of year".

It started when Brown, who last week appeared to take a shot at Smith-Schuster when he tweeted that players who haven't been paid shouldn't be trusted, sent out a less subtle tweet on Sunday.

Antonio Brown is at again today. He keeps his emotions off the internet.

Less than two hours later, Brown was doing just the opposite, replying to a Steelers fan who reminded him that Smith-Schuster was the team's 2018 MVP.

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And while Smith-Schuster doesn't exactly need defending at this stage, having won the court-of-public-opinion battle over Brown pretty handily, the Trojan Family went to bat for one of their own.

JuJu Smith-Schuster is clapping back. That got him some predictably snarky feedback, to which Brown encouraged "emotional" Pittsburgh fans to purchase the Raiders jersey he now wears, a result of the Steelers acquiescing to his trade demand and dealing him last month to Oakland.

He even went as far as to call Brown "childish" for his tweets.

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".

It's not like Brown revealed anything we didn't know about Smith-Schuster.