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Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith answered cornerback Janoris Jenkins' trash talking with a 19-yard touchdown reception, immediately pointing at him and doing a little extra in the end zone at his expense. Smith said Jenkins taunted him during Sunday's NFL game by making derogatory comments about his wife. Here's the transcript, via the Charlotte Observer's Jonathan Jones: Take us through the touchdown, looks like you made some guys missed. "I'll let Janoris Jenkins go over it on film on Monday." Did you point to him? "Yes, I directly pointed to him." Did you think you'd get a taunting penalty? "Don't give a damn."


Steve Smith threatens to bust Rams CB Janoris Jenkins in the mouth

The cornerback for the Rams Janoris Jenkins obviously said enough to fire up Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers. After his 800th reception and scoring a touchdown Steve Smith pointed his finger directly at Jenkins face. Smith wasn’t finished in the locker room he put on quite a tirade and went HAM on Janoris Jenkins. […]

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Video of Steve Smith threatening to punch Janoris Jenkins in the mouth

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Steve Smith apparently isn’t a fan of Janoris Jenkins

Tweet It isn’t wise to get on Steve Smith’s bad side. Just ask second year Rams DB Janoris Jenkins, who apparently offered some personal trash talk during the Panthers 30-15 victory that Smith didn’t quite appreciate that led to Smith vowing to punch him in the mouth. Here are Smith’s quotes, courtesy of the Charlotte Observer: ...

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