Steve Smith Is A Terrorist


Is the Department of Homeland Security watching in Carolina? They need to turn up the color alert to red. We have a terrorist in the United States. His name: Steve Smith.

Steve Smith, the Carolina Panther’s best player, has smacked a teammate in the face before. The Panthers suspended Smith for one game in 2002 after he punched teammate Anthony Bright during a film session. Yes, a film session.

Karma is real, folks. The incident happened one day after this post citing Steve Smith as the greatest receiver ever, and then the blogger backtracking, saying he was only kidding with the headline. Then the blogger trashes the Dallas Cowboys because that is what jealous fans do when facing adversity.

However, there is a larger problem evolving in Carolina. Steve Smith is an ass. He’s an angry troll. His team doesn’t win Super Bowls or games lately. He cannot take criticism. Per the post and article on CatCrave, he thinks he can reach greatness in the NFL, along the likes of Jerry Rice. The kid also has a serious ego problem.

Now, the Panthers are thinking about suspending the jerk again.

That means Fox and Hurney almost have to suspend Smith for at least one game and possibly more. But that’s not going to easy because the Panthers open their season with a difficult game in San Diego and the absence of Smith would make that game much more difficult.

Looks like John Fox has a serious decision to make. Let me offer some expert advice, John. Trade Steve Smith Now!

Not only is he a disruption to the organization, he is an egotistical bad attitude, walking time bomb. It’s all him or nothing. When a player starts a fight on the sidelines, where no hormones are pumping and there is no flash of energy from being on the field, you could compare what Smith did to terrorism. Why hasn’t Smith, the offensive captain, been charged with felony assault?

Tags: Anthony Bright Carolina Panthers Dallas Cowboys Jason Witten Jerry Rice Steve Smith Fight Steve Smith Suspended

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