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Darin Gantt stirring up fake drama

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Steve Smith likes the way Joe Flacco throws the deep ball (so what does that say about Cam Newton?) http://wp.me/p14QSB-9uFv 

https://twitter.com/ProFootballTalk/status/473548766411108352

 

 

 

“I’ve been an admirer of him, even just watching him in college at Delaware and then coming into the draft,” Smith said, via Clifton Brown of CSNBaltimore.com. “You know, as a wide receiver you always kind of look at the quarterbacks in the draft every year to see which guys (have potential) and what they say about whom. How I evaluate a quarterback – if he’s on the other hash and you run a comeback, where’s your ball placement? Is the ball hitting the guy at the ankles, or is he hitting him in the chest?  
Delhomme tended to lead Smith high if anything (allowing a lot of those good-looking one-handed catches), and those two were extremely productive through the years.  So while he didn’t mention Newton by name, it’s almost as if Smith and his previous quarterback weren’t exactly BFFs.
 

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/06/02/steve-smith-likes-the-way-joe-flacco-throws-the-deep-ball/

 

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Douchebag gonna douche.

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Big surprise. Typical trolling journalism that Gantt is well known for in these parts. 

 

Oh, and eat sh1t, Gantt. I know your lurking from your house wearing tube socks and some beat up birkenstocks. 

 

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Gantt is implying Steve is a racist.

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it doesnt say anything about Cam Newton(unless you want it to)

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Nothing new for Gantt... huge chip on his shoulders re the Panthers.

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I never understood the love for Gantt, and I still don't.

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it says more about Gantt than it does about Newton

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Good thing we don't have to worry about him going deep. Our dline is strong enough to not give Flacco the 10 seconds it takes Smith to go 40 yards.

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