Shannon Sharpe challenges Mike Tomlin’s position on JuJu’s TikTok dances

According to former NFL superstar and current NFL analyst Shannon Sharpe, players find additional motivation not to be respected by opponents.

Sharpe was on his Undisputed show and made it clear that the pre-game TJToks Pittsburgh Steelers, the wide receiver that JuJu Smith-Schuster makes on the opposing team’s logos, is disrespectful and gives those teams extra motivation.

This is a point that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has challenged in his press conferences, noting that he doesn’t think players care enough about what Smith-Schuster does to get that on the field in their game.

Cincinnati Bengals safety Vonn Bell probably disagrees with this statement after he fired Smith-Schuster in midfield last week.

If the whole problem were to arise this way, the Steelers would be best to err on the side of prudence and stop Smith-Schuster. But I want to send you the question. Do you think Smith-Schuster’s dances motivate opposing teams and should stop? Let us know.