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Mr. Scot

Yasinskas Speculation: "Real Chance" Smith is Traded

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I'm sorry but, smith must still think he's a force to be reckon with. Look at how many balls he dropped after b*tching about not getting the ball. No one will pay him the amount of money he's already contracted in.

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Smitty is tah best WR in the game!!!1111 Name 5 WRs better!!!

*points to a whole ton of guys*

OMG those dont count!!!!

Only 2 to 4 were named who are better.

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Easy...

Fitzgerald

A. Johnson

Wayne

Welker

White

Marshall

C. Johnson

Definitely a no on Wayne and Welker. I don't doubt that Smith isn't as fast as he was, but if you put him on NE the excitement alone will probably juice a "prime" year out of him. The guy was fine in 2009 and would have had another 1000 yd season if it wasn't for Jake sucking ass and Smith not having a #2. If Smith had Moore all season he probably would have reached 1000 yds in 2010 as well.

You don't go from top 3 to bottom of the half of the league/Hines Ward mode in 2 seasons. Not the way he did, he hasn't had any injuries that would effect his burst or speed. I think he's got at about 2 more years of being able to pwn CB's as a #1.

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if you don't understand that a WR needs the ball thrown to him to succeed, then there is no help for you.

Well, yards PER CATCH should be the yardstick then.

Tied for 145th :eek:

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I remember at one point he was tied for YAC with Kevin Boss lol

edit: just checked, looks like Boss overtook him finishing the season. Boss #81 overall YAC, Smitty #87

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Anybody that watches the game, knows that Steve Smith is a top 5 WR. If you don't know that, then I can't help you, but if you don't understand that a WR needs the ball thrown to him to succeed, then there is no help for you.

Right so Wayne, Welker, and White are better then. Glad you see the light.

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Definitely a no on Wayne and Welker. I don't doubt that Smith isn't as fast as he was, but if you put him on NE the excitement alone will probably juice a "prime" year out of him. The guy was fine in 2009 and would have had another 1000 yd season if it wasn't for Jake sucking ass and Smith not having a #2. If Smith had Moore all season he probably would have reached 1000 yds in 2010 as well.

You don't go from top 3 to bottom of the half of the league/Hines Ward mode in 2 seasons. Not the way he did, he hasn't had any injuries that would effect his burst or speed. I think he's got at about 2 more years of being able to pwn CB's as a #1.

Wayne has been over 1,000 yards for 7 years. Hasnt been below 1100 since 2005. Welker has been over 1,000 3 of the past 4 seasons. Thats over half of many times Smith has had in 10 seasons, which is 5 by the way. Dismissing guys because of the team their on is weak at best.

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Playing if games are so stupid. Of course when you discredit everyone else someone brings up and make up a hypothetical situation in favor of your guy, your arguement just looks better and better. However facts don't lie or make up things.

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Lol man give Manning Steve Smith for the past 10 years and Smitty's a HOF.

Welker is a slot receiver used by a competent coach and top 2 QB. Smith would have made a joke of Welker in NE.

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And Colbert would've been a great WR for us if he knew how to catch

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