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What's the reason Cam is not a captain on this team?

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And RG3 is a capt?

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Smith and Gross have been here since before you were old enough to access the Internet.

Who is he going to usurp

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McNabb was a captain on that team. Let that sink in.

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smith and gross

oh wait, nevermind. it's because he's a terrible leader and a narcissist who eats puppies

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smith and gross

oh wait, nevermind. it's because he's a terrible leader and a narcissist who eats puppies

Way off, he doesn't eat puppies.

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smith and gross

oh wait, nevermind. it's because he's a terrible leader and a narcissist who eats puppies

Yep and you see how he was yelling at the defense on the team he plays for last week in such an angry tone in the 4th Q practically FORCING them to make a stop? I mean that puts way too much pressure on them IMO.. And he doesn't even PLAY defense! He has no business to tell them what to do! Terrible leadership and he only cares about himself, and I heard he likes to kill innocent babies in his spare time as well(heard it from this reliable source, codename: Grits) what a doosh!

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