Smith-Schuster is Total Sports Enterprises “Total Impact” Player of the Week
For each game of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 regular season, Steel City Underground in conjunction with Total Sports Enterprises (TSE) will award a virtual game ball, the “TSE Total Impact Award”, to one standout performer or performance.
Steelers Nation was curious: what would JuJu Smith-Schuster do with more opportunities?
The question was answered on Sunday night when the Steelers rookie receiver went off, catching seven of his ten targets for 193 yards and a touchdown; the latter was a 97-yard play which broke a franchise record for the longest pass play in Steelers history. It was also the longest play in NFL history by a 20-year-old player, and as JuJu’s fourth touchdown of the season, made him the youngest NFL player to have four touchdowns before his 20th birthday.
Here are some highlights from JuJu’s historic day:
Highlights from @TeamJuJu's historic night:
7 Receptions, 193 Yards, 1 TD pic.twitter.com/HpJT6pMQzq
— Jimmy Norkewicz (@dorkewicz) October 30, 2017