Antonio Brown clowns Buccaneers, Arians for tragic playoff exit: “AB was right”
Antonio Brown is quite possibly one of the most mercurial, controversial players the NFL has ever seen. “Super Gremlin” has made plenty of headlines during his tumultuous tenure in Tampa. However, it seems he’s saved his best trolling for after he departed from the team. More specifically, after the Bucs’ exit from the playoffs at the hands of the LA Rams, 30-27.
Antonio Brown wasted no time at all logging onto social media:
AB has always had a penchant for posting his memes of himself. But he seems to hit the mark every time. Some may find his continued outbursts cringeworthy or embarrassing, but I say let the man live.
He’s been a top-tier troll since his days in Pittsburgh. However, I see him achieving a new level of mastery before our very eyes. Will he surpass Super Gremlin status? Only time will tell.
Sure, you can make the argument Brown is one of if not the worst teammate of all time. His selfishness and outbursts hurt every team he played for, including the Bucs. No doubt Tommy Boy could’ve used another elite receiver in the Divisional Round.
At the same time, Brown and his supporters contend he is, in fact, the victim in all this and that he merely recognized and called out flaws within each organization. When you look at history, that explanation isn’t entirely out of the question.
AB claimed Bruce Arians was an asshole, and a clip of him hitting a player comes out. He said Juju wasn’t a WR1, and he seems to be right about that. Plus, he hated the Raiders, and that organization fell apart at the seams.
I’m not defending or supporting any side, just dropping the facts. Definitely an interesting case in the court of public opinion. Let me know your thoughts if you care to.
Regardless of how you feel about the whole situation, these were quite the parting shots from Antonio Brown. Is he out of the league forever?
Mandatory Credit: Super Gremlin