Steve Smith thinks Janoris Jenkins shouldn’t reproduce anymore
This Sunday’s game between the Carolina Panthers and the St. Louis Rams got a little chippy with wide receiver Steve Smith and corner back Janoris Jenkins getting into it on the field. According to Smith, Jenkins, who was trying to get into Smith’s head, made comments about Smith’s family during the game. After Smith scored a touchdown in the third quarter, he pointed to Jenkins to let him know he had beat him.
Smith let it be known following the game, that he was not too happy about Jenkins comments.
“What I don’t like is a young guy who comes in, who obviously his first time ever using the Internet and Google, and he Googles information about me, talks about my wife and stuff like that,” Smith said. “That’s just some of the b——- I just don’t play with.”
“I don’t play them games,” Smith said. “When you try to take it personal like that, I don’t have any great humbling things to say. So he can take his a– back to St. Louis and watch the f—— film, ’cause I don’t play them games.
Smith went on to say if he saw Jenkins in the streets, he would bust him in the mouth.
“And if I see him on the street, I’m going to bust him in the f—— mouth.”
With three days past since Sunday’s game, Smith is still fuming and talking about the second-year corner back.
Smith told WFNZ out of Charlotte that, unlike Jenkins, he would never search about a player’s family in order to trash talk and believes doing so is disrespectful.
“When I go against an opponent I talk,” Smith said, “but I’m not going to Google a guy’s wife’s name and try to find out little things. And it wasn’t just him, it was other guys on that defense that was saying it. . . . I would never walk up to a guy, first of all I really don’t know outside of watching him on video, and Google his wife’s name and her birthdate . . . in the name of sportsmanship or gamesmanship. . . . To me I take that as clear disrespect.”
Smith did however take one more shot at Jenkins, questioning whether or not he should reproduce anymore.
“It sounds like he needs to wear some condoms,” Smith told WFNZ in Charlotte.
The Rams and Panthers will not play each other again this year and, unless both teams meet in the playoffs, won’t see each other again for three more years. That means unfortunately the trash talking between Jenkins and Smith will end here.