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There are many stories that come out about the play on the field and the type of play that “sometimes” occurs between the white lines. After the Houston Texans 30-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins rumors came out about an incident involving Texans defensive lineman Antonio Smith and Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito.
Smith talked about Incognito’s play on the field and one play in particular when he tried to injure Smith’s left ankle. Smith described Incognito’s play as “Tomfoolery”, but we will let you decide for yourself.
What do you think? Does Incognito have some bad intentions? Incognito is #68
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