Brown had shouted about karma specifically when Smith-Schuster was being asked about his hit on Burfict.
It's worth noting that Smith-Schuster did apologize on Twitter after the game, saying "he didn't mean to hurt" Burfict.
However, that doesn't justify what Smith-Schuster did on Monday night.
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To make matters worse, the Bengals nearly immediately responded with a helmet-to-helmet shot on Steelers superstar Antonio Brown as he caught a touchdown pass to tie the game later in that drive. He has been accused of intentionally trying to injure players, including some Steelers players.
For the record, the Steelers won a thrilling clash 23-20.
Brown also said, "I liked that, I liked that", when discussing the block, per Chris Adamski of the Tribune-Review. Obviously there's going to be a massive fine here for Smith-Schuster and possibly a suspension. The Bengals linebacker told ESPN the Magazine's Dotun Akintoye he believes Brown flopped on the play in order to draw a flag. "[He] Said "Touchdown Brown" will pay his fine". He also said "I like that" of Smith-Schuster's block. He knows instantly how the comment will be received, and it's easy to see he wishes he hadn't said it... That or Burfict has a had a serious change of heart since then.
"Yeah, because I don't hold any grudges. I hope he's OK and I hope he gets better". "Now that I know that happened I just go out there and protect myself, just so I don't allow it to happen again", Bell said.