If we know anything about Steve Smith, it’s that the former Carolina Panthers receiver doesn’t mind getting loose with players and teams when it comes to on-the-field matters.
Smith was at his best on Sunday during Baltimore’s 38-10 beatdown of Carolina. During the contest, Smith grabbed a pair of touchdowns and managed to get in some solid trash-talking to boot.
During his Wednesday press conference with the Boston media, Tom Brady was on the receiving end on numerous passive-aggressive “non-Cincinnati” questions in order to get inside the psyche of the three-time Super Bowl champion.
Brady, ever the diplomat, offered little more than “he needs to do a better job” and so does the team.
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb has turned his attention away from his former employers and Nick Foles to one of his contemporaries and the man who defeated him in Super Bowl XXXIX…Tom Brady.
Following Brady’s Patriots getting lambasted 41-14 by the Kansas City Chiefs and McNabb’s former Andy Reid, the ex-Eagle said the end was near for his former adversary.
Late in Kansas City’s 41-14 assault of the New England Patriots, Tom Brady decided to MAKE SOMETHING HAPPEN™ and boy, did it fail decisively.
Chiefs cornerback Husain Abdullah intercepted Brady early in the fourth quarter to push Kansas City’s lead to 41-7 after the two-time Super Bowl MVP threw into a Bermuda Triangle of defenders.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots got annihilated by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football by the tune of 41-14.
The previously winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were annihilated 56-14 just over a week ago by the Atlanta Falcons on national TV, shocked the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on Sunday.
Pittsburgh fell behind to Tampa 10-0 in the first quarter. However, by the start of the fourth quarter led 24-17.
Earlier this week, former Carolina Panthers receiver and current Raven Steve Smith Sr. promised a “blood & guts” affair when the two teams got together on Sunday.