JuJu Smith-Schuster can't 'hold' onto the ball in New England versus Eagles

Well, there's no way we were going to let this ride. JuJu Smith-Schuster is having some issues with 'holding' on to the ball versus the Eagles.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, Philadelphia Eagles news
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Well, there was no way we were going to let this one ride. Most of you know why we took some time to drop a few lines in reference to JuJu Smith-Schuster. For those that don't, here's a brief recap. There was a Super Bowl if you'll remember. It didn't end as Philadelphia Eagles fans would have liked.

There was some discussion about a questionable call at its end. Holding was called on James Bradberry while defending JuJu late in the fourth quarter (when holding had occurred all evening and wasn't called before what might have been the most ill-timed flag in Super Bowl history). Let's put it this way. The strike zone was changed with two outs in the bottom of the ninth.

What came next was a decision that was void of class. Smith-Schuster posted a Valentine's Day card naming James by way of his social media accounts. It included some verbiage about holding. Bradberry didn't like it, and we didn't either.

Karma travels to New England as JuJu Smith-Schuster provides Eagles fans with a first-half highlight.

Here's the thing. If you're going to talk trash, you had best back up the trash talk, but during their first meeting since the occurence, JuJu seems to be having some holding issues of his own.

How about this drop on third down?

That will be all for now. We only have one complaint about how the Eagles' defense has performed up until this point. We'd like to see Sean Desai put James Bradberry on JuJu and let him lock up 'TikTok boy' for the rest of this affair. At the half, he has two receptions for 22 yards logged on the box score.

Maybe he should have run a few routes this past February instead of running his mouth.