Stephen’s A-List after Week 5: ‘How dare you disrespect Tom Brady?!’ – Bart Scott | First Take

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Stephen’s A-List after Week 5: ‘How dare you disrespect Tom Brady?!’ – Bart Scott | First Take

Stephen A. Smith reveals his top-five NFL teams to Marcus Spears and Bart Scott, who both take issue with Stephen A.’s selections.

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