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[VIDEO] Baltimore Ravens’ Steve Smith Sr To Panthers: Take Your A** Back To Carolina… And Mow My Lawn Too

[VIDEO] Baltimore Ravens’ Steve Smith Sr To Panthers: Take Your A** Back To Carolina… And Mow My Lawn Too

Steve Smith Sr produced a stunning performance as his new Baltimore Ravens team beat his old Carolina Panthers team-mates on Sunday – and he had plenty to say about it too.

The wide receiver marked his first game against his old friends by picking up seven catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the 38-10 victory at the M&T Bank Stadium.

It was remarkable given the Panthers had cut Smith Sr just months earlier, despite being a five-time Pro Bowler over a hugely successful 13-year career in Carolina.

So, you understand his feeling of redemption after showing Panthers coach Ron Rivera how wrong he was to cut him.

Smith Sr is captured saying:

“This is a nail in their coffin. You’re dead. Take your ass back to Carolina.

“Make sure you mow my lawn too while you’re out there. Keep it clean for me.”

He was also spotted celebrating his second touchdown by using the football as a drink as he got in the swing of rubbing it in his doubters’ faces:

Smith Sr, 35, is now the oldest NFL player to rack up 400 receiving yards in his first four games and you can expect him to add to that total with John Harbaugh relying more on the rest of his offence with Ray Rice released by the Ravens after his domestic abuse case.

Ravens next face the Indianapolis Colts – where they are slight underdogs according to TopBet – at the Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday looking to take their season record to 4-1.

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