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Re: Steve Smith

Postby LeBron James » Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:26 pm

SameSongNDance wrote:Reggie Wayne and Steve Smith are incomparable. He falls off as soon as next week IMO. With Eli hurting and the re-emergence of Hicks, I'd say his value has peaked and he is a great sell high candidate. If you are strong at WR that is.


Yeah, I think Nicks will cut into those numbers. This is a classic case of if you have Steve Smith, you don't want to believe that Nicks and Hixon are coming back. If you have Nicks and Hixon, you wish Steve smith would suck. Time will tell what will happen in the next few weeks.
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Re: Steve Smith

Postby 2ksports » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:28 am

LeBron James wrote:
SameSongNDance wrote:Reggie Wayne and Steve Smith are incomparable. He falls off as soon as next week IMO. With Eli hurting and the re-emergence of Hicks, I'd say his value has peaked and he is a great sell high candidate. If you are strong at WR that is.


Yeah, I think Nicks will cut into those numbers. This is a classic case of if you have Steve Smith, you don't want to believe that Nicks and Hixon are coming back. If you have Nicks and Hixon, you wish Steve smith would suck. Time will tell what will happen in the next few weeks.


I bet Nicks cuts into Manningham's #s. Steve Smith is the undisputed WR1 on the team.
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