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Old 10-25-2012, 11:14 AM   #526
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Re: Skins/Giants post game thread

I dislike all of the other 31 teams except when they play the Cowboys.

I don't understand why you'd share your love.

Question for Smootsmack: Why did the Redskins let Horton go? Is he in game shape and/or what's he doing these days? I'm asking you as you always have the inside scoop and I think that (unless he really effed up) would be a great addition in the back field.

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Old 10-25-2012, 11:15 AM   #527
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Chris Horton?
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Haha, exactly what I was going to reply with.


I'm thinking Smoot is actually more of a Jets fan than Redskins fan...he just works here.

Why would I say that? YEARS ago, he said on here that he "doesn't hate the Cowboys". That has stuck in my mind ever since!

How can a Skins fan NOT hate Dallas?
I was going to say - lol - i have that cheating girlfriend feeling! Lmao.
When i hit quote on my phone ( i dont know lately my phone has been crapping out alittle on this site) i see this whole other thing about Dallas!!!!!
However - i hate the Giants much more than Dallas. When I was a kid - like Danny White era i hated the Cowboys with a passion. Not so much anymore.


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If it wasnt Chris Horton he was talking about im wondering about him now. Start there?


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Chris Horton?
Yeah, had a great rookie season, then just dropped off the roster.

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He never really improved past that "lucky" 3 TO game he had back in 2008 against the Saints. Not part of the current regime so they didn't really feel any obligation to him. He's still tight with a lot of the guys here and think he works out frequently with them. But no one's really knocking down his door. They did take a quick peek at Kareem Moore earlier this year, but he's got knee issues
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He never really improved past that "lucky" 3 TO game he had back in 2008 against the Saints. Not part of the current regime so they didn't really feel any obligation to him. He's still tight with a lot of the guys here and think he works out frequently with them. But no one's really knocking down his door. They did take a quick peek at Kareem Moore earlier this year, but he's got knee issues
I agree that Hortons frosh year was lucky and a fluke. Always knew it - even than. He just always sort of happened to be in the vicinity of every errant ball. Almost like if the qb had thrown a good ball he was way out of position. Lol. That all being said - hes younger and jas to be quicker than doo doo? Not even gonna give him a look?


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one of my best friends is a browns fan and we root for eachothers teams unless they are playing... but no, i dont bridge to a second team as far as my fandom in any sport... except basketball i dont really have a team .. not that into it

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He never really improved past that "lucky" 3 TO game he had back in 2008 against the Saints. Not part of the current regime so they didn't really feel any obligation to him. He's still tight with a lot of the guys here and think he works out frequently with them. But no one's really knocking down his door.
That's a shame. Appreciate the update.

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it's too bad horton's big game didn't happen in the super bowl, he could have larry browned himself a juicy contract out of it. i remember seeing horton jerseys shortly after that game, i always asked myself "why?"

i think his dreads held his good luck, once he rid himself of them, it was all over. but didn't the giants gave him a look this year?
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one of my best friends is a browns fan and we root for eachothers teams unless they are playing... but no, i dont bridge to a second team as far as my fandom in any sport... except basketball i dont really have a team .. not that into it

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redskins and orioles, don't really care too much about other pro teams. caps and wizards by default.

watched a lot of lakers games last season because that's all they show, but it feels gross to root for them. they're one of those mass love/hate teams like the yankees and cowboys.
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it's too bad horton's big game didn't happen in the super bowl, he could have larry browned himself a juicy contract out of it. i remember seeing horton jerseys shortly after that game, i always asked myself "why?"

i think his dreads held his good luck, once he rid himself of them, it was all over. but didn't the giants gave him a look this year?
Horton also arrived on the scene after the 21 tragedy and seemed like a gift from above. Like "hey you lost 21 but here is a 7th round gem". Wasnt he released by the Giants this pre-season?

Edit: damn phone im not seeing entire posts for some reason until after inreply? Yes must be gints if u were thinking the same thing.
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it's too bad horton's big game didn't happen in the super bowl, he could have larry browned himself a juicy contract out of it. i remember seeing horton jerseys shortly after that game, i always asked myself "why?"

i think his dreads held his good luck, once he rid himself of them, it was all over. but didn't the giants gave him a look this year?
I actually knew someone who makes Redskins jerseys. The guy transformed Chris Horton's jersey into a Stephen Davis jersey.
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From the article...

Williams drew a 15-yard penalty from Bolley on that same drive. Just as the play was stopping, Williams shoved him in the back towards the pile (itís not just Cortland Finnegan who does this stuff, folks). Williams played to the whistle. Bolley took offense and rushed at William, who poked his finger in the linebackerís facemask. I think Williams said, ĎDonít be silly, little man.í Regardless, Bolley took a swing at Williams and drew the flag.

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