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    Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

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    [size=12pt]Former Vikings cornerback Fred Smoot, happy to be back with the Washington Redskins, has little positive to say about his time in Minnesota.[/size]
    Former Vikings cornerback Fred Smoot, happy to be back with the Washington Redskins, has little positive to say about his time in Minnesota.
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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    screw Fred Smoot, we play the Redskins this year dont we?? I hope he gets his ass burnt by T-Will for a 80yr TD. Actually i hope he tears his ACL week 1...LOL.....no seriously i do

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    "DaVizzles" wrote:
    screw Fred Smoot, we play the Redskins this year dont we?? I hope he gets his jiggly butt burnt by T-Will for a 80yr TD. Actually i hope he tears his ACL week 1...LOL.....no seriously i do
    Awe, C'mon, you don't want to wish that on anyone.
    Especially Smoot.
    Just hope he shows nothin but his assall year, and getting it burnt!

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    boo smoot.. he was a dud anyways..

    come on, cedric griffin was started over him in the end..

    i can live with out him

    (he's behind griffin in the depth chart
    my 3rd season on madden.. so BOO YA)
    i m better than you, so just give up...

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    i was kidding ;D....kind of
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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    Good, we hated the fucker.
    He was lame as hell!

    But it was fun to blame everything on him.
    ;D

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    He seemed to be having PLENTY of fun on The Love Boat...that effing hypocrite!!!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    i burned my fred smoot jersey along with my Michael Bennett 1

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    can you think of a lamer excuse than that.
    i was unhappy so i played poorly.
    so when steve smith and chad johnson were making him like like a pee wee football player its cuz he was depressed cuz he didn't like the people in minnesota.

    maybe it was more like getting smoked for 50 yard tds and inevitably getting benched 2 years in a row that made him depressed.
    if he's so happy now why is he in the same position on the depth chart in washington that he was with us.


    i also loved how he claims he asked to be let go, like he wasn't going to be an eventual cut anyway.
    like the vikes were begging and pleading with him to stay but they set him free so he could be happy.
    what a prick.
    LET THAT WHICH DOES NOT MATTER, TRULY SLIDE

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    Re: Smoot 'hated' his time in Minnesota

    "bigbadragz" wrote:
    can you think of a lamer excuse than that.
    i was unhappy so i played poorly... [meaningful text removed - see above] ... what a prick.
    Yeah, you make good points.
    The guy is demonstrating a complete lack of class.
    I mean, you come in as a free agent, sign a big contract, don' t play particularly well, and then get in trouble off the field.
    What, that's supposed to be a good time?


    But if the guy has emotional issues, then the guy has issues.
    Let's give him a break.
    I'm still of the opinion that what he did on the field was play a game, and the worst things he did here were off the field.
    And I'm still not sure how 'bad' those really were (in the sense that we don't know what he did, what was consentual, etc.).
    I hope he turns around in Washington, plays well, feels better, lives cleaner, and thinks clearer.
    Just as long as they don't beat the Vikes.
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