Antonio Brown unloads on Burfict, Pacman

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    Antonio Brown unloads on Burfict, Pacman

    Jones accused Brown of faking the injury, saying at different points that the wideout should be nominated for an Oscar and a Grammy for his performance. Jones apologized on social media when Brown missed the next week’s game against the Broncos because of the injury and Brown said he received a text from Jones, although that wasn’t enough to clear the air.

    “I lost tremendous respect for him when he went on record saying that I winked at him,” Brown said. “I was unconscious, I didn’t really even remember what had transpired so for him to say something like that is totally a coward, it’s idiotic.”

    Brown hasn’t heard from Burfict and it’s safe to say that there’s not much respect for the Bengals linebacker, who was suspended for the first three games of next season for repeated violations of player safety rules a few days after the game.

    “Nothing at all from that guy,” Brown said. “You know what kind of guy he is. What type of player he is. He’s a real unprofessional-like player. An undisciplined player. You saw the hit against me. Late, unnecessary. … It caught up with them and we were able to win the game.”

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    Nothing like stoking the fire for later this year.

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    The Steelers seem to have amnesia about all of their kill shot hits. Wouldn't expect any different from that bunch...

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    Can't wait for Bell and Brown to beat the Bengals next year.

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    Pacman and Burfict are two players I wouldn't want anywhere near my team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    Pacman and Burfict are two players I wouldn't want anywhere near my team.
    I would as long as I had a coach who could handle them.

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    AB should probably keep quiet. AJ Green said nothing about Mitchell blasting him and putting him out of last year's playoffs. This stuff is tit for tat for these two teams. Nether have a bunch of choir boys.

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    Didn't even quote some of his best sound pieces, "They want to kill me. They want to destroy my dreams" or something along those lines. Get over yourself.

    I've liked watching Antonio Brown, heck of a talent but it's been weeks. Shut up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uk#1fan View Post
    Can't wait for Bell and Brown to beat the Bengals next year.
    They'll find something new to cry about after that, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    They'll find something new to cry about after that, too.
    You complain about the Bengals "crying" in a thread about a Steeler crying? Ironic???

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime View Post
    You complain about the Bengals "crying" in a thread about a Steeler crying? Ironic???
    He was asked about the Burfict hit. It's not like he just offered it up. Maybe he should have just said "No Comment."

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime View Post
    You complain about the Bengals "crying" in a thread about a Steeler crying? Ironic???
    True dat.

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    He is smart. The Steelers don't want the Bengals to learn a valuable lesson from their implosion at the end of the game. The Steelers know the Bengals are one of their biggest threats because they are talented like them. So they don't want the Bengals to learn their lesson. They want to keep saying things, because they know it does and has got the Bengals heads, and the Bengals don't know how to handle it. So they are smart to try to keep this going, because it helps them out.

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    The Steelers and the Bengals need to make peace with each other and just play football. We can't beat the snot out of each other two or three times a year and then beat the best teams in the league. And when both teams are healthy I think they are both Super Bowl contenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    The Steelers and the Bengals need to make peace with each other and just play football. We can't beat the snot out of each other two or three times a year and then beat the best teams in the league. And when both teams are healthy I think they are both Super Bowl contenders.
    That's very true. Both teams have basically ended the other teams chance of doing anything in the playoffs for the last two seasons. Hopefully if they ever play again in the playoffs it would be in the AFC Championship. This way the winning team has a week off to get healthy after that battle.

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