Appreciate the greatness of Steve Smith
Last night Steve Smith showed us once again how great of a player he really is.
The 37 year old receiver had a fantastic game, catching for 79 yards and a touchdown. He bullied his way in the Steelers secondary and was really the only Ravens receiver to give the offense any production. Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman did not show up and combined for a total of 54 yards receiving.
Next Sunday’s game against the Bengals could very well be Steve Smith’s last game in the NFL. There had been reports that Mike Wallace has tried to talk Smith into staying one more year, but it is unclear if that will happen. If he returns, the Ravens could really use him. Even at an older age, Smith has shown that he can produce in the NFL.
It has been a pleasure to watch Steve Smith Sr. rep the purple and black. Since joining the Ravens 2014, Smith has racked up over 2,000 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. He always has a chip on his shoulder and brought the grittiness to the Ravens. It is a shame that he has not been able to be apart of more Ravens-Steelers games. He was born to play AFC North smash mouth football