By: KDKA-TV News Staff
JACKSONVILLE (KDKA) — While Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster may not have found the endzone during the team’s win over the Jaguars on Sunday, it didn’t stop his teammates from celebrating with him.READ MORE: Pine-Richland Students And Parents Show Support For Coach Eric Kasperowicz At Rally
Following Chase Claypool’s touchdown to give the Steelers a 10-3 lead in the game, he and several players gathered around in the endzone to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Smith-Schuster.
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Smith-Schuster turned 24-years-old on Sunday.
Along with Claypool and Smith-Schuster were tight end Eric Ebron, wide receiver Diontae Johnson, and wide-receiver Ray-Ray McCloud.
After the players sang to Smith-Schuster, he lifted his helmet and pretended to ‘blow out the candles’ on a birthday cake, played out by Claypool holding up the football in place of a cake.
The Steelers would not relinquish the lead in the game after going ahead 10-3, continuing the scoring and winning the game 27-3.
The team remains undefeated with a 10-0 record, continuing to pile on to its best start in franchise history.MORE NEWS: New Jersey Man Dies In Pennsylvania Skydiving Accident
The Steelers will host their AFC North division rival Baltimore Ravens on Thanksgiving night at Heinz Field this week.