Knives are ready for Carson Vents.
Colts coach Frank Reich and general manager Chris Ballard have not thought about whether the quarterback will return to Indianapolis next season, and now Steve Smith is hitting him.
Smith appeared on The Pat McAfee Show, where Indianapolis-based and former Colts player McAfee was in possession, winning a playoff berth in a scenario where Wentz and Colts lost to Jacksonville and left defeat. take them out.
Smith, a former receiver for the Panthers and Ravens, asked McAfee co-author AJ Hawk how many defenders they would keep their jobs if they missed the ball over and over again. The obvious answer: no. Is it a corner that can’t be covered or a wide receiver that can’t be held?
“My point is that you paid $ 45 million a quarter, bet on the farm, traded instead, and you said you could win the game if you minimized his throwing,” Smith said. The Colts had to carry more load on Jonathan Taylor.
“I’m not in football anymore, but I use a similarity that we all understand,” Smith said. “If you buy a stock and it continues to decline, there is unfulfilled and understood income, but at some point you have to let your wife down and say,‘ I blew our money, but hey, our financial man is a good man.
“He can’t choose any stock! He ruined our children’s college fund, but he’s a good man! ”
With this you can see where Smith is going.
“It’s Carson Vents,” he said. “Carson Vents is a man I love meeting my daughter. But play football? [No]”.