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Anyone Got Tissues? Chase Claypool Is In His Feels

So Chase Claypool tweeted this after the Steelers went on the road and beat the Ravens last year, improving to 7-0 and appearing to be the best team in the AFC North and Super Bowl contenders. In fact, the last time the Steelers started off 7-0 was in 1978, when they went on to win the Super Bowl.

Unfortunately, the 2020 Steelers ended their season by losing 5 of their last 6 games, including two straight to the rival Browns, and getting bounced from the playoffs in the Wild Card Round by giving up 48 points at home. They were down 28-0 after the 1st quarter....

Now this year, they have lost 3 games in a row, falling to 1-3 and dead last in the division behind teams that were once laughing stocks of the league....

Chase Claypool has certainly heard of losing by now. And people have been reminding him of it online. And while most millionaire professional athletes have the ability to not respond to the Twitter trolls, Chase Claypool apparently does not.

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

First of all, relax Chase. People on Twitter are mean. Boohoo. If I got upset by every person that called me Ohio's Taint and said I sucked, I wouldn't be 3+ years into my illustrious blogging career. Stay off the internet for a day or two and enjoy signing a $6.5 million contract at the age of 23. So what if they're quote tweeting your old tweet? One in which I must add you were over the top bragging, and if you talk shit like that, you better be able to take it a bit as well. 

And second of all, you're a huge loser for tweeting this. This is giving off major LeBron after losing to the Mavericks in the Finals vibes. “At the end of the day, all the people that was rooting on me to fail, at the end of the day they have to wake up tomorrow and have the same life that they had before they woke up today." 

Yeah, we know. We all bust our ass 40 hours a week to be able to afford your jerseys and afford tickets to watch you play. And you guys get more money than we'll ever see in our lives to play a children's game. Quit bragging. And definitely quit crying.