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The best NFL player at every jersey number

Certain players are simply synonymous with certain numbers. It’s hard to see No. 4 without thinking of Brett Favre. Seven will always be John Elway. A pair of twos right next to each other is Emmitt Smith. And the sight of 56 conjures up memories of Lawrence Taylor. Those are some of the all-time greats, players who have etched their names in the NFL’s history books. But there...
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The best Nos. 90-99 in the NFL today revealed; how’d the Minnesota Vikings do?

Certain players are simply synonymous with certain numbers. It’s hard to see No. 4 without thinking of Brett Favre. Seven will always be John Elway. A pair of twos right next to each other is Emmitt Smith. And the sight of 56 conjures up memories of Lawrence Taylor. Those are some of the all-time greats, players who have etched their names in the NFL’s history books. But there...
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The best Nos. 80-89 in the NFL revealed; how’d the Green Bay Packers do?

Certain players are simply synonymous with certain numbers. It’s hard to see No. 4 without thinking of Brett Favre. Seven will always be John Elway. A pair of twos right next to each other is Emmitt Smith. And the sight of 56 conjures up memories of Lawrence Taylor. Those are some of the all-time greats, players who have etched their names in the NFL’s history books. But there...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith: Throwing less could help Cowboys' defense

Emmitt Smith has been clear on his stance that the Dallas Cowboys need to run the ball more. The Cowboys have been near the bottom in rushing attempts recently, averaging 23 carries per game over the last three seasons. The NFL's all-time leading rusher says if his former team takes his advice, the league's worst-ranked defense could benefit greatly. "One thing about...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith: Manziel will have short career if he doesn't change

Former Cowboys Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith says Johnny Manziel needs to change his lifestyle if he wants to have a long NFL career. “That lifestyle is going to be a short lifestyle — a short career lifestyle — if he continues that,” Smith said during an interview with 105.3 The Fan, via CBS Sports. “As we used to say, you can’t keep burning the candle at both...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith Says Manziel’s Party Lifestyle Will Lead to Short Career

Emmitt Smith is offering his thoughts on Johnny Manziel’s partying lifestyle choices, and I’m doubting it’s anything Manziel wants to hear right now. “That lifestyle is going to be a short lifestyle — a short career lifestyle — if he continues that,” Smith said during an interview with 105.3 The Fan. “As we used to say, you can’t keep burning the candle at both...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith: Manziel will have short career if he continues party life

Johnny Manziel is still learning and adjusting to being a professional football player. Dallas Cowboys legendary running back and Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith says the Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback will learn one important lesson about living a celebrity lifestyle in the NFL. "That lifestyle is going to be a short career lifestyle if he continues that," said Smith on...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith on Redskins Name Change: ‘Drop the Red and Keep the Skins’

Former Dallas Cowboys RB Emmitt Smith played against the Washington Redskins many times during the course of his 15-year career in the NFL. He’s familiar with the football culture in Washington D.C., and has a good idea of what the team’s fan base is comprised of. So he decided to voice what he believes is the best solution to the team’s naming issue. Unfortunately, it’s...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith thinks Johnny Manziel is living a short career lifestyle

We all have heard from numerous players chiming in on the lifestyle Johnny Manziel currently leads. The one thing that looks certain is that Manziel is not slowing down anytime soon. Manziel now has the attention of a Hall of Famer who also played in the state of Texas. Former Dallas Cowboy Emmitt Smith was on 105.3 The Fan and gave his opinion on Manziel. Smith thinks that Manziel is...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Emmitt Smith wonders how much longer Tony Romo can play

Emmitt Smith retired as a Dallas Cowboy at 35. The punishment his body sustained from carrying the ball over 4,700 times in 15 seasons took a toll on the NFL's all-time leading rusher. "The hits don't feel the same at 35 as they did when I was 21," Smith said Tuesday. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is 34. Although he's coming off a December back surgery to repair...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss
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