While the Pittsburgh Steelers may be in the middle of a rough start to the season, wide receiver Chase Claypool isn’t going to let the haters bring him down.
It goes without saying, but the 2021 campaign hasn’t been what Pittsburgh Steelers fans were hoping for. The team currently sits in dead last of the AFC North standings with their shocking 1-3 record. No one saw this coming.
Despite the struggles and Ben Roethlisberger looking very much like a washed-up 39-year-old quarterback, stud wideout Chase Claypool is staying positive. Some haters have trolled him for a previous tweet where he stated he’s never heard of losing, but Claypool has shut them up with a fantastic tweet.
I was the first one in my family to go and finish college.
I graduated from one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
I bought both my parents brand new cars at the age of 21.
At the age of 22 I bought my family and I a house.
Losing? Still never heard of her. https://t.co/CIvRi3vs6Z
— Chase Claypool (@ChaseClaypool) October 6, 2021
Chase Claypool has made it more than clear he’s not going to let haters bring him down
Take that, haters! Claypool didn’t hold back here with his message to everyone trying to clown on him and the Steelers. He’s living his dream of playing in the NFL and he’s done so after a stellar career for Brian Kelly at Notre Dame.
At just 23 years old, the 6-foot-4 wideout has already gone on to accomplish so much in his life and he’s not even close to reaching his potential in the league. Despite that, there’s simply no arguing that ’21 has been a major letdown for Pittsburgh.
This offseason, there was plenty of excitement surrounding the team. After a Week 1 win over Buffalo, the team’s supporters were ready to see what the squad would be able to accomplish this fall and winter. However, the offense has looked incredibly sluggish and Roethlisberger just isn’t getting the job done.
That doesn’t matter to Claypool, though, as he’s still going to fight with all his power and give everything he has for the organization that drafted him.