NFL Betting: Smith said that practice did not go so well

Steve SmithNFL betting fans learned that on Thursday, Carolina Panthers WR Steve Smith said that his return did not go so well in his second practice back from a sprained left knee.

“Seventy-one [percent] yesterday,” Smith said. “I think I overdid it. Fifty-seven [percent] today. Just went down.”

When he was asked if he thought that it could be a setback, the Panther’s all-time leading receiver who’s a favourite with many NFL betting fans said, “If we’re on a curve, no. If we’re on a curving grading system, there is no setback. If there’s no curve, then it’s a setback.”

Pay per head sportsbooks and NFL betting fans found out that the player sprained the knee in a game against the New Orleans Saints on December 22. He didn’t play at Atlanta in the regular-season finale.

On Monday, Smith said that he would play in the NFC playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers. He did not say that the stance changed.

And pay per head sportsbooks learned that Smith, who this season had 64 catches for 745 yards and four touchdowns, said that there was no knee swelling.

“Just didn’t go as well as I thought,” he said. “It will be all right. A little treatment. I did everything. I just probably overdid it.”

“Fifty-seven percent,” coach Ron Rivera said when asked how his leading receiver did in practice. “That’s what he told me. But he looked good. He moved around pretty well. He’s not his normal self yet, but he was out there. He did things he was supposed to do. We’ll see how he feels tomorrow. He came in and felt a little sore.”

Price per head services saw that he didn’t sound too concerned, and this came as a relief to many football betting fans.

“When you watch Steve and watch the way he does things, there’s a smoothness to his movements and stuff, and it’s not quite there yet,” he said. “It’ll be work, and it’s just a matter of time.”

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Pay per head sportsbooks also found out that running back Jonathan Stewart (knee), safety Quintin Mikell (thumb), and tight end Ben Hartsock (knee) all held full practice.