Carolina's Smith almost a lock for 100 yards

January, 2, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas

Steve Smith was suspended for the first two games of the season and had two others where quarterback Jake Delhomme threw for 72 yards (at Oakland) and 102 yards (vs. Detroit). Throw out those four games and Carolina receiver Steve Smith was almost a lock to get 100 receiving yards whenever he stepped on the field.

Smith tied (with Andre Johnson) for the league lead with eight 100-yard games. Atlanta's Roddy White tied for third with seven 100-yard games and Tampa Bay's Antonio Bryant was fifth with six 100-yard games.

Here's a look at the league leaders:

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