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Mr. Scot

Steve Smith knocks the read option...

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To Steve success means him catching 10 passes for 150 yards per game and never make the playoffs, not this making the playoffs and superbowl stuff. It's so ironic it's coming from a guy who plays for a team that hasn't been in the playoffs in almost 10 years.

Oh yeah, he's obviously been drama queen all his life right, Blue? he never shuts up about me me me. . psssh all those times he lays blocks down field are by accidentally tripping into people near the play.

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The WR who wants the ball thrown to him in triple coverage??

Question. Why is Steve Smith's opinion on the read option more valuable than a guy like Tent Dilfer's who has been studying this the last 2 years??

You have lost all credibility to me.

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I'd say the Ravens did a pretty good job of handling it up until 1) Ngata went out and 2) they got tired.

The tactic they used was similar to what defenses have used against option type offenses before, i.e. maintaining gap discipline and having the DEs wait and guard their lanes rather than committing early.

Well, this was only one game plus they didn't really stop it when it mattered most. The second half. 31 points is a lot of points in the NFL. What more can you ask for.

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Well, this was only one game plus they didn't really stop it when it mattered most. The second half. 31 points is a lot of points in the NFL. What more can you ask for.

Again, how many points came off of the read option. I would like to know. I watched the game.

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Oh yeah, he's obviously been drama queen all his life right, Blue? he never shuts up about me me me. . psssh all those times he lays blocks down field are by accidentally tripping into people near the play.

Smith is an anomaly. He has a "me" first attitude, but at the same time is one of the hardest working, team-first players on the panthers. He wants the ball, what great reciever doesn't. He just voices his opinion because he is the Senior panther. He has earned his voice.

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let me say something to make it clear for you all,

If Smith were a selfish guy, he wouldnt be in Carolina right now. He wouldve been long gone in several scenario's.

like some of guys' hero, Randy Moss. Now there's a bitch for you, too bad so sad, Randy, no ring for you douchebag.

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If Smith would just catch the damn ball we could have been in the playoffs.

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You have lost all credibility to me.

Oh no!!

Why though?? Did I say Trent Dilfer was a genius who knows everything? I just asked why Steve Smith's opinion is considered better.

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That San Francisco offense, had only scored 6 pts by half time, and would have gotten absolutely steamrolled if it wasn't for that almost game saving (for the Niners) black out!! Lucky them. That's so completely forgotten.

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Do I have to explain why Steve Smith's opinion is considered better than an outsider like Trent Dilfer? this is ridiculous. But then again Steve is "me" first right. He doesnt want the team to succeed, he just wants to pad his stats so he can retire with some glorious stats.

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