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Steve Smith, Best Player In Nfl

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Just to be a dick if Smitty was 6'5 is Calvin Johnson still better than him?? Or how bout this if Calvin Johnson was 5'9 is he still better than Smitty??

Have no idea. Too bad those aren't reality tho huh

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Smitty is small and inspires me that must make him the best player.

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Ok name active receivers that have these accommodations! No Smith may be past his prime, and they are outstanding new gen of wr that will benefit in this passing league.......but until they earn these accommodations....they are not better then Smitty

In 2001, Smith was the first rookie to make the Pro Bowl as a special teams player since Tyrone Hughes in 1993.

In 2003, Smith’s 404 postseason yards were the most since Jerry Rice gained 409 yards in 1988.

In 2005, Smith became the first player since Washington Redskins' receiver Art Monk in 1984 to lead the NFL in receptions for a team that ran more often than it passed.

In 2005, Smith earned the NFL's receiving "triple crown", leading the league in receptions (103), yards (1,563) and touchdowns (12).

Smith is one of only three players in history to run back two punts for touchdowns and catch a touchdown pass in the same game.

Smith holds an NFL record for highest punt return average in a single game (51.0 yards).

Smith led the NFL in receiving yards per game in the 2008 NFL season.

All time Panthers leader in yards received (10,192), passing Muhsin Muhammad with (9,255) in 2011.

I know there is more this is just a copy/paste from wiki

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Smith having a better career doesn't make him a better player currently.

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I beg to differ career stats mean more current. Anyone can have a pro bowl year then regress to a role player or get injured. What makes a player great to his team is how he contributes consistently over a long period of time and provides stability to part of the franchise.

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Megatron is the best WR in football, and its not even close.

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After a great Mothers day: Steve Smith is still the best player in the NFL. Cam Newton is still the best QB in the NFL. Deangelo Williams is still the best RB in the NFL. Jonothan Stewart is still the best RB in the NFL. Ron Rivera is still the best Coach in the NFL and Jon Beason is still the best LB in the NFL, etc. etc. etc. And, I don't give a damn what you people think.

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Is it possible to praise Steve Smith without throwing in the phrase "pound for pound"? It actually diminishes the guy's accomplishments, in my opinion.

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Calvin has been playing 6 less years than Smith so of course Smith has more career accomplishments. Doesn't mean Smith is better currently.

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fug you all Smitty is da man!!

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There are very few WR's in the NFL that are better than 89. I would say Calvin Johnson, Andre Johnson, and Larry Fitzgerald. Arguing that Julio Jones is better than Smith is stupid because Julio has played one season. He has potential to be a great WR, but I want to see him perform great multiple seasons before I declare him the best WR in the NFC South. There are 7 WR's that passed 14000 career receiving yards. 3722 yards is what Steve Smith needs to reach that milestone and I think he will do it.

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steve is the man.

best player in the game? no.

best "little dude" in the game? probably.

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