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Steve Smith or Larry Fitzgerald

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Simple question...you're starting a franchise, which of these two would you want on your team? Smith is great, but Fitz...he's the best WR I have ever seen. Like I once said, he's the only WR worth trading Smith for

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I'd take either of the Cardinals WR's (Boldin/Fitzgerald) as a fair trade for Smitty

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You guys must be delusional. Don't get me wrong, Fitzgerald is a fantastic receiver, but there is no one in the NFL that does what Smitty does. Forget the fact that he's a foot shorter than everyone else and has no logical business making the plays that he does, the man commands so much respect and fear from opposing teams that he doesn't even need to catch the ball to have a huge impact on the game.

Fitzgerald and Boldin are both excellent players, but Steve Smith is a legend in Carolina. Time after time he comes up with the big play, takes the ball away from two and three defenders, makes the clutch catch when we need it the most and he has won countless games for us. Maybe Fitzgerald has equal speed and hands, but Smitty has the intangibles that make him better than any WR in the game today.

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I know it's not quite the same topic, but could this not have gone in the other Smith vs. Fitzgerald thread?

And for my money, I'd definitely take Smith. He's a much better cornerback than Fitzgerald could ever hope to be.

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If age was even then Steve Smith, if we are talking about right now, then Fitzgerald

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it's tough, but I'd probably take Fitzgerald. Fitz is probably the only receiver I'd take in a straight up WR trade.

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it's tough, but I'd probably take Fitzgerald. Fitz is probably the only receiver I'd take in a straight up WR trade.

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Steve Smith a cornerback? and Fitz makes jump catches for a living as well. Everyone gets on Delhomme for his "hand grenade" throws, but Warner chucks it up there for his WRs as well. Fitz is fast, has long arms, catches the ball with his hands and not his body (thus you won't see many drops nor fumbles) and he's the BEST route runner in the league.

Steve Smith is athletic, fast as light, agile as a cat, angry as a bear and as dependable as a toyota. however, I give Fitz the nod simply because he beats any cornerback he goes against. Case in point, Marcus Trufant...thoroughly destroyed. Smith on the other hand doesn't play too great against corner backs that use the arm-bar technique. Case in point, Nnamdi Asomugha, Leigh Boden

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Steve Smith a cornerback? and Fitz makes jump catches for a living as well. Everyone gets on Delhomme for his "hand grenade" throws, but Warner chucks it up there for his WRs as well. Fitz is fast, has long arms, catches the ball with his hands and not his body (thus you won't see many drops nor fumbles) and he's the BEST route runner in the league.

Steve Smith is athletic, fast as light, agile as a cat, angry as a bear and as dependable as a toyota. however, I give Fitz the nod simply because he beats any cornerback he goes against. Case in point, Marcus Trufant...thoroughly destroyed. Smith on the other hand doesn't play too great against corner backs that use the arm-bar technique. Case in point, Nnamdi Asomugha, Leigh Boden

He said that he didn't even know how to run a route until this year when Kurt taught him what the QB wants. Steve is the best receiver in the league hands down IMO. He makes the big catch EVERY SINGLE TIME even when everyone in the stadium knows that the pass is going to him. Fitz cannot match his quickness or his heart and if you're going up for a jump ball its an even match with the two because of Steve's elevation. The only thing that Larry has going for him over Steve in my opinion is his age...don't get me wrong Larry is a great receiver but Steve is the best hands down.

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