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SuperJTheGreat

Time to move on from Steve Smith

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Hes making bonehead plays. And on top of that drops. If you wanna talk poo, for fugs sake catch the ball.

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I didn't see any drops. I just saw under and over thrown passes.

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Our players don't look well coached or disciplined. We have Smith getting into fights and poo like this is his rookie season all over again. Ron Rivera has no spine. That's why he has his arms crossed the whole game, to help balance him up right.

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yea smitty had his drops today, yea he fumbled last week vs atlanta. But after all he has done for our franchise no way we should move on from him. He can go on his own terms

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whatever, atleast smith cares... and shows some heart and passion out there.

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I didn't see any drops. I just saw under and over thrown passes.

An all pro pro bowl WR doesn't need a perfect ball.....he had drops. he had boneheaded plays

3 weeks in a row....89 has been bad.

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He needs to go into wrestling.

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The only way we move on from steve is when we find his replacement

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OH SHUT THE FU(K UP!

People finds any reason to blame for a loss. Sure Smitty was the reason why we loss right?

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