If you dish it out, you need to be able to take it Dan Leberfeld

Geno Smith said something on Monday, to the Boston media, that has upset some reporters.

“I think, obviously with everything that goes on with the media, a lot of things are, I would say, miscommunicated, and then it just gets misprinted and then misunderstood,” Smith said.

Does that happen sometimes with the media? Probably.

Is that quote the end of the world? No.

He’s entitled to his opinion.

Why throw a tizzy over it?

Reporters certainly know how to dish it out. We are ripping these players all the time for their play.

So we should be able to take it when they fire back once in a while.