Indianapolis Colts punter Hunter Smith took a weird shot at the Jacksonville Jaguars after their game Sunday:
Jacksonville is like a stand-up comic who can only use vulgarity and curse words because he lacks intelligence and lacks class. He really doesn't have anything to say. Our intangible is our class and our intelligence. A team that gets personal fouls the way they do, the roughing penalties, they just don't have any material.
That may be the most haughty insult I've ever heard from an NFL player. Even better, two of the Jags' personal fouls involved soccer-style fakery by the Colts. Jaguars Coach Jack Del Rio called them "Bill Laimbeer flops" after the game.
On one play, Colts linebacker Cato June pretended to be kicked by receiver Reggie Williams, falling to the ground as if he were shot to draw the personal foul flag. On another, June pretended to lose his balance after a pileup and threw his body into offensive lineman Vince Manuwai, who pushed him off in a tame "get out of my face" gesture and drew an unnecessary roughness penalty.