Bell, Pell, Levy discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
We see it for what it is. I understand. But here's the flipside, you know the business that is the NFL you know what they do, run it back the second. They turn thirty. You know how they try to shaft players at every turn because they got a hard salary cap, and they get to do that. We know this. So what you speak out against Levy on Belfour. These offensive linemen and others who opened their mouth about levian bell talking about him in such dismissive and just disrespectful fashion. I don't even know what to do with myself listening to their nonsense. So Levy on bell is eventually coming back. You'll be back by the by we for the Pittsburgh Steelers, etc. Etc. I get all of that for me personally, they'd have to be worried about what I felt. Not what not me be worried about what if I was Levy on Pell, I would feel betrayed. Our feel absolutely positively betrayed. That's how I feel. They betrayed me. They disrespected me. They did all of those different things. That's how I would feel. Plain and simple. For me. That's what it all comes down to. And I don't really know what else to say about that because levian bell touching the ball, four hundred and six times last year he's making argument and he makes the case and people just dismiss this. They're like, excuse me, who the hell does he think he is? Because he says, I'm not just thinking about me. I'm thinking about setting the standard for folks to follow. What the hell is he talking about? I'll tell you what he's talking about Levy on bell is not just a running back. If Le vian bell was on the New York Jets right now, he'd be the number one receiver, and then number one running back. That's a fact. And when he's thinking about it, he's saying you didn't just ask me to run the football. You're asking me to pass catch. I caught the ball eighty five times last season..