Emmitt Smith: Seeing Smith in Hall of Fame Makes Me Hate Dallas More

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let me start off by congratulating the man who was one-third of a triumvirate that broke Washington Redskins fans' hearts throughout the 1990's.
Emmitt James Smith III was truly a phenomenal running back out of Florida, who ran behind a stacked offensive line and gave former Cowboys' quarterback Troy Aikman relief and release when defenses tried to shut down on Dallas' passing attack.
After all, this is a man from Florida who was not only a great Gator but a great pro, too, especially on Monday night games.
Durinf those classic Monday Night Football games, he'd demolish the Giants', Eagles', and particularly, Redskins' backs in front of millions, and wave the teams bye-bye on to 100+-yard performances.
Those special days were overshadowed by his accomplishments in January, a month in which Emmitt seemed to give the team his all in order to hoist Lombardi Trophy after Lombardi (three in four years, to be exact). &nbs...

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