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CUT SMITH!!!!!!!

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I am absolutely furious. Dwight Smith oughta get served his walking papers immediately, and hopefully the door hits him in the a$$ on his way out and knocks him right onto his pot-head face.

Just when things are starting to go right for the Vikes... mad.gif

I'm not nieve, I know these boys are going to do things like that. However, you have to be a complete (Contact Us Please) to get caught! A COMPLETE (Contact Us Please).

IF YOU WANT TO SMOKE DOPE, STAY HOME. IF YOU WANT TO GO TO THE NUDIE BAR, GO TO THE NUDIE BAR. How intelligent can a guy be if he does both and then proceeds to argue with the cops over where his car is parked in the nudie bar parking lot?

Man, human-kind never ceases to amaze me.

(Contact Us Please), (Contact Us Please), (Contact Us Please). Cut him. I'm surprised this guy is smart enough to tie his own shoes.

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I double that!! Get rid of the rotten egg, before it gets on everything else1

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I agree. His rap sheet is getting too long. He's not above the law. Cut him. Put one of those young up-and-comer DBs at Free Safety and get rid of his butt.

Just when you think things are going well.....

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BRETT FAVRE IS THE KING!!!! tongue.gif

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I read this today. I agree. This guy is a (Contact Us Please). Cut him.. The other thing that bugs me about Smith, is everytime he intercepts or gets a TD, he acts like he's the best player the NFL has ever seen... He has to go..

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You ever heard him during an interview? yikes..

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Do we still have Greg Blue, Tank and that Safety from Indy? Why don't they start one of those guys over Smith?? I know that when Blue played I always liked him, he may make a bad play or two during a game but when he hit you always knew it.

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I believe they let Blue go earlier this year...

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PRO: Blue was signed to the Lions active roster on November 19, 2007 after being released by the Vikings on September 1, 2007. Blue was originally a fifth round draft pick (#149) in the 2006 NFL Draft. He started two games and played in 16 in 2006, ending the season with eight tackles (seven solo) and five special teams tackles.

2007:

• Spent preseason with the Vikings before being cut on September 1, 2007.

• Signed by the Lions on November 19, 2007.

• Inactive vs. Green Bay (11/22) and at Minnesota (12/2).

• Saw his first action against Dallas (12/9) and recorded six tackles (four solo) and recovered a fumble.

2006:

• Finished the season with 8 tackles (seven solo).

• Only rookie to start in season opener at Washington (9/11).

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