— Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) October 30, 2017
JuJu Smith-Schuster is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining personalities in the NFL and a rising star, and on Sunday Night Football the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie wide receiver continued to put on a show.
In the second half of the Steelers’ matchup with the Detroit Lions, Smith-Schuster ran through the defense and hauled in a deep ball from Ben Roethlisberger before racing the rest of the way for a 97-yard touchdown.
It was the longest pass touchdown in the NFL since 2004.
The 97-yard connection was also the longest receiving touchdown in Pittsburgh Steelers history.
After the touchdown, Smith-Schuster continued his tradition of busting out incredible celebrations and he decided to pay homage to his bike, which was stolen last week before eventually being returned. Smith-Schuster raced to the sideline and chained up the team’s exercise bike, showing the world that he learned his lesson.
JuJu locks up the exercise bike on the sidelines pic.twitter.com/OlqTtOetRG
— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) October 30, 2017
Well done, JuJu.
The Steelers currently lead the Lions, 20-15, with less than five minutes remaining in the game.