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The King of Keith
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Since: 4.11.02
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#1 Posted on
As a lifelong Redskin fan, I can finally say it...


Sorry. Being that I'm such a Redskin fan, it has been difficult year after year to watch Emmitt rise to the occasion against us every freaking time. I won't miss you a bit.

The unbiased football fan side of me, though, recognizes what a talent you were and and how you were one of the decent Cowboys.

Hmm...the 'Skins just released Stephen Davis and now Emmitt is out there....hmmmmm.... Seeing that Emmitt always played his best in DC, maybe we should pick him up!

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Hey, I'm a Giants fan, and I like Emmitt. I hope this isn't the last of Emmitt's playing days.

Does anybody think that after Emmitt's retirement, that Dallas will retire #22?

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Kurt Angle

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Ive always hated the Cowboys but I respected Emmit Smith. Definitely a classy guy. But he needs to retire. I really dont see a Jerry Rice like rebirth for him on another team. That just doesnt happen for Running backs. I really wish just ONE of these guys would realize when its time to gracefully bow out. I know it pains him to be cut but hes done all he can do in his career.

Oh and I guarantee that the number 22 will be retired by the Cowboys and that he will get a spot on the Cowboys Ring of Honor. Hell he'll probably get a damn statue too. And hell get into Canton with a landslide.
Santa Sangre

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I really hope Emmitt decides to retire. He will never be as good as he was in the mid-90's again for two reasons. First, obviously he was in his prime back then. Secondly, he ran behind one of the best offensive lines in NFL history. I think Emmitt's only chance of having a good playing afterlife now is to go to Denver. But even there, he still would be a shadow of hiw former self.

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Back to Back Survivor

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#5 Posted on

    Originally posted by Santa Sangre
    I think Emmitt's only chance of having a good playing afterlife now is to go to Denver. But even there, he still would be a shadow of hiw former self.

Why would my Broncos want him ? Because they once signed another Cowboy legend past his prime ? Portis, Anderson, the annual 5th or 6th round sleeper pick and a possibly returning Terrell Davis are more than enough backfield for the Donkeys next year.

Al Davis should have Emmitt on speed dial - he would be a nice compliment to Charlie Garner and they could jettison Tyrone Wheatley.

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