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Smith-Schuster, Iloka suspended one game each

06 Décembre 2017

Burfict would be carted off the field shortly after and it was not a good look for JuJu. He went right for Burfict's head, launching at an upward angle as the linebacker was in a defenseless position. The unsportsmanlike conduct is not me. "Your conduct following the hit fell fair below the high standards of sportsmanship expected from an National Football League player".

Smith-Schuster leads with his helmet and makes direct contact with Burfict's facemask, then stands over him in celebration. Karma is in life; you do the wrong things, you get the wrong things happen to you.

Smith-Schuster will likely be fined, or possibly even suspended for his actions, and it's clear to see why from the video of the play further down in this article.

Smith-Schuster's regret was the taunting, since it cost them a penalty.

The Steelers will now prepare to play against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 14, while the Bengals will get ready for their game against the Chicago Bears. Also, I believe that that's not me. I apologize for standing over him and that isn't me. "I apologize for that and with that being said, I hope he gets better".

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Iloka's hit was on Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown six plays later. Iloka was flagged for the high hit.

Runyan suspended Iloka for striking a defenceless receiver in the head and neck area.

Now it looks like he'll be slapped with the same one-game ban that the National Football League hit Rob Gronkowski with on Monday for his dirty hit on Tre'Davious White.

Both players can return to their team's active rosters on December 11. If they lose their appeal, they will sit out next week's game. Neither player was ejected from the game. The Bengals set a franchise record with 13 penalties for 173 yards. The contest drew criticism, but Tomlin said Tuesday he's "not going to react to comments and opinions from others". But the AFC North rivals took things to another level Monday night.

Smith-Schuster, Iloka suspended one game each