Stephon Gilmore, who held Antonio Brown to just two catches on four targets this past Sunday, claims the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver made some dirty plays.

Brown and Gilmore got into a post-whistle shoving match during the third quarter.

"He did a little dirty move," Gilmore said. "[Brown] grabbed my helmet, threw me down. That was super dirty. But other than that, just competing on the field."

Brown caught a 17-yard touchdown, but Gilmore wasn't defending him on the play.