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Newton Blog; Smith on Chud (again)

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“If the team goals are greater than the individual goals, then that’s the whole point,” Smith said.

 

 

 

This x10000.

 

 

In Chud's case, the "individual goal" was to get himself a head coaching gig.  Well, the Browns were dumb enough to take the bait and we are that much better for it.

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No they scored 28 steve

 

And lost to the Jaguars

 

They don't run for poo and have a TOP to match.

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Smitty mind is on getting in the playoffs and trying to get that ring. And I really hope this team can go all the way because with the way things have played out. This year is looking to be very special.

Smitty needs some stats.....

 

He needs postseason stats and a ring.  Regular season stats at this point don't mean much for having a shot at the HOF IMO..

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I'm getting the feeling Chico is an alt account for a current Huddler with contrarian opinions...

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Steve is no longer a dominant player and it comes across as him not being able to accept himself as an average WR at age 34. It's like he has to give excuses as to why he is no longer putting up All Pro numbers.

 

 

it actually sounds like the exact opposite. it sounds like he wants to win a superbowl and doesn't give a fug about numbers

 

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And lost to the Jaguars

 

Yeah, but still, c'mon Steve.  They lost that game cause Haden let Cecil Shorts get behind him.

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Yeah, but still, c'mon Steve.  They lost that game cause Haden let Cecil Shorts get behind him.

 

In general they don't run and their TOP reflects it. 

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Steve says a lot of things he probably shouldn't. What he said is true but is it really necessary to keep blasting your former coach publicly.

Steve is no longer a dominant player and it comes across as him not being able to accept himself as an average WR at age 34. It's like he has to give excuses as to why he is no longer putting up All Pro numbers.

However, the next day he'll go on the radio and talk about how he enjoys taking a back seat to the younger guys now and is just doing his part to help the team win.

Complete mind fug.

Disclaimer:

Before everyone comes running to call me an idiot and defend Steve like an overprotective mother, Steve Smith is, and will always be, my favorite athlete. I love that guy and want to see him finish his career here and play as long as he wants. He deserves a Super Bowl ring and I hope he gets one here. That said, he isn't perfect. He still says dumb stuff. Blast away.

This gotta be a troll post

 

Steve Smith is too honest and direct for you

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And lost to the Jaguars

They don't run for poo and have a TOP to match.

Thanks CSX this doesn't prove anything and they barely lost TOP but good job

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