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ESPN's Stephen A. Smith likes to bury people with his words. When he has a point, it's not awful, but still obnoxious. On Wednesday, former NFL WR and now NFL analyst Tom Waddle and Stephen got into it about Bears QB Jay Cutler, which sounds like a pretty boring topic of conversation...until Waddle put Smith in a bodybag...

Nigh, night.

Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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15 Comments
There is no defending Jay Cutler....
Reply29 days
Damn disappointment. I was hoping to see a lifeless SA Smith being put in a body bag and sunk to the bottom of the ocean.
Reply1 month
that brunette doe...
Reply1 month
The reaction was better than the actual comment. The "I played, you didn't" retort is the last resort of a desperate debate opponent. It's akin to someone on here making a "post count boom". frick Stephen A. though. BTW, is English a second language for Larry Leo? He seems to struggle with it quite often.
Reply1 month
Why is he so loud? It's like he's at a movie theater or something.
Reply1 month
Underrated comment
1 month
Although it was in no way a comment that put Stephen A in a bodybag, I do get joy out of watching or listening to anybody throwing blows at him... I personally can't stand the guy. I don't like being yelled at by the guy I'm watching on TV. I feel bad for Max, cause he's just trying to make his way up the ranks. He just got the short end when espn said your promotion would be to co-host with Stephen A.hole.
Reply1 month
bodybag? not quite..maybe a sandwich bag
Reply1 month
Is that typical for him to go all hands up don't shoot position???
Reply1 month
So Steven A. is your typical yell over you type of dude huh
Reply1 month
Anybody defending Jay Cutler at this point automatically lost!
Reply1 month
What was said after that though?
Reply1 month
Loud noises in a condescending tone.
1 month
meh
Reply1 month
LOL that was great
Reply1 month
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