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Who all remembers the Smash and Dash name controversy?

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I hope RG3 NEVER forgets this.

 

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You must be a 'Cam era' fan then.

Steve has never declared himself superman.

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Steve's career has earned him the title Man of Steel

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CJ and Linwhale White?

Well get ready for Superman conflicts!

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I swear that Redskin fans and Griffin are climbing up my pantheon of sports hate every day. Did you see all those idiots buying him wedding gifts from Bed Bath & Beyond?

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Suck it Skins.

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You guys realize that is not an "S"...it's the symbol for peace...or some shlt.

 

 

 

I pay attention during movie previews.

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Steve has never declared himself superman.

 

Have Luke or Cam came out publicly saying they declare them selves as "Superman" and "Clark Kent"? Nope.

 

But just like those two, Smitty has played at a 'superman' level his whole career, and has many times been called Superman.

 

And the giant Superman tat on his arm doesn't hurt his case either. 

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Steve has never declared himself superman.

Has Cam?

Smith has a tat. I think he even did a flying superman or something once...he qualifies

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Has Cam?

Smith has a tat. I think he even did a flying superman or something once...he qualifies

 

To be fair, Cam does that every game and of course he has his vintage SuperMan celebration.

 

To be honest, I don't think Cam will be as fascinated with the whole nickname scheme once he gets as old as Smitty, eventually you sort of grow up.

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