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Old 12-04-2012, 01:45 PM   #61
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So much leg power from such a small person.... That dude is an animal on the field. If I ever needed my car towed and had no way to do it I'd hook up to Al-Mo and watch him dig in a drag the car like a toy train.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:48 PM   #62
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I don't know how much Morris is making as a 6th rounder. But whatever it is, Snyder needs to tear up his rookie deal and give him a long term deal. What's not to like about Morris? Hard working, humble, lunch pale type of guy.So glad he's a Skin.
He was officially signed by the Redskins to a four-year, $2.22 million contract with a $154,000 signing bonus.
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:44 PM   #63
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Alfred Morris runs the ball, not his mouth, for the Washington Redskins - The Washington Post
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When his number was called again and again — when Griffin looked at him in the huddle during the final, clock-killing drive and said, “Go take us home,” when he ran the ball down the Giants’ gullet three straight times to end it — Morris wasn’t pumping his chest out to show the world he had done it. No, he was quietly saying thanks to the people who decided he was still the best person on the team to carry the football.
1. Morris is a straight up beast with a terrific attitude. When it was money time, he put this game on his back and won it.

2. Griffin's comment just shows his leadership - It's the big time, in the big game and the superstar is looking at you AlMo and putting his statement game in your hands. I bet Morris would have run through a row of brick walls in the middle of a burning building after that.

3. Way to take it home Morris. You deserve every bit of praise you get.
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Old 12-04-2012, 06:20 PM   #64
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I don't know how much Morris is making as a 6th rounder. But whatever it is, Snyder needs to tear up his rookie deal and give him a long term deal. What's not to like about Morris? Hard working, humble, lunch pale type of guy.So glad he's a Skin.
Great player, workhorse, humble, fights his guts out. All those things, but not (lunch) pale...

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Old 12-04-2012, 07:14 PM   #65
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I felt bad for him. He made a great run to end the game, the crowd chanted RG3. RG3 is amazing in his own right, but Morris' effort really ended that game.

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"He has saved us! Commander Taggart has saved us!" lol

I felt the same thing. However, I have a feeling that once the Morris jerseys start showing up all over FedEx stadium that he will start (quietly) feeling just fine!

Alf-Mo! Alf-Mo!
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RG3 is just easier to chant.

Anyone who has a clue knows that AM is kicking some butt.
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Old 12-04-2012, 07:27 PM   #67
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RG3 is just easier to chant.

Anyone who has a clue knows that AM is kicking some butt.
I say we start calling him alfRED. RED is much easier to chant and will be another name that comes across as "Booooooooo"
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Or we go with one of his college nicknames - "A-Train" and get a bunch of air horns going every time he touches the ball.
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A-Train and air horns sounds like a winner.
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What nickname did R. Torain have?
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what nickname did r. Torain have?
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Air horns would be neat & old school if the NFL will allow them in stadiums. Big runs and TD's ='s the HORN!
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It's too bad he doesn't drive an old VW versus the Nissan..... Could become the Bio Diesel, the second coming of the original Diesel. He reminds alot of Riggins. Just relentless power and never stops. Love his drive, his legs are always going.

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Old 12-05-2012, 09:44 AM   #74
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It's too bad he doesn't drive an old VW versus the Nissan..... Could become the Bio Diesel, the second coming of the original Diesel. He reminds alot of Riggins. Just relentless power and never stops. Love his drive, his legs are always going.
It's a Mazda 626 but close enough. :P
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