Some nuggets from Steve Smith's comments on NFL refs: 1.) "Hey, I'm a wide receiver, and I'm always rooting for a wide-out, but that wasn't no catch." 2.) "They gotta do something. The integrity of the game, the shield, all that stuff, all the things they said in the lockout. At the end of the day this is about numbers. It's about what everyone else wants -- It's about money." 3.) "If we start just doing stuff as players, just doing stuff outside the rules, we get fined. Where's the accountability for Roger Goodell and these guys who are inadequate at their jobs, who aren't doing what they're supposed to do, who are making just flat out bad calls? And it sucks cause it cost a team a game." 4.) "I think Golden Tate's a great player, he went up, he did the best be could, he's coming down, he's got amnesia now, I mean, I don't blame him but at the end of the day, come on. That's was not a catch that he possessed. He didn't have that ball." 5.) "I would like them to actually do something more than just send out press releases, to do exactly what they expect players to do. To have integrity, to have safety of the game." 6.) "You've got to have competent people and if they're incompetent, then get them out of there."