Eagles vs. Patriots: Players on both sides weigh in on the JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Bradberry beef ahead of Week 1
As the Eagles and Patriots prepare to face off in Week 1, multiple players from both sides have weighed in on the JuJu Smith-Schuster vs. James Bradberry beef that stemmed from Super Bowl LVII.
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As we all remember, Bradberry held JuJu on a pivotal third down incompletion in the waning minutes of last year’s Super Bowl, leading to an automatic first down and a Chiefs game-sealing touchdown.
Following the contest, JuJu did what dickheads like him do – talk shit in the form of making weird TikToks that no one with more than two brain cells really understands.
JuJu Smith-Schuster with the strangest TikTok I may have ever seen
This shit doesn’t even make any sense, man.
Even before JuJu dropped that, he decided to go after Bradberry on Valentine’s Day with this meme.
This prompted a handful of notable Eagles players to take shots at JuJu, including AJ Brown sending this bomb of a Tweet, telling JuJu that Patrick Mahomes resurrected his career and giving him the label “TikTok Boy.”
That brings us today, with JuJu now on the Patriots as their WR1.
After being asked about seeing the Eagles this week, after he talked all that shit, he acted like a big ‘ole bitch, essentially trying to walk back his comments and act like he doesn’t stand by what he said.
JuJu: “Well, I have no choice but to see them”
This is, truly, the worst brand of trash talk. If you’re going to put yourself out there and throw copious amounts of shade at a team or a player, stand by it and own it. Don’t say shit like, “Oh, it’s in the past. At the time, it was kind of what I said.” That’s so god damn soft it hurts.
Of course, some of the Eagles players were asked about this beef as well, including Bradberry himself.
The Eagles CB on seeing JuJu again
Through all of the fallout from Super Bowl LVII, Bradberry has carried himself with class. He admitted he held JuJu, and he never responded to any of JuJu’s social media antics. A true professional.
Bradberry’s counterpart, Darius Slay, was also asked about facing JuJu in Week 1.
Slay on seeing JuJu
Again, Eagles players saying all the right things here.
The truth is, JuJu is a nobody compared to who’s on the Eagles roster. Therefore, he’s an afterthought in this Week 1 matchup.