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Posted December 26, 2011
Sucessful Emmitt #22
I read Emmitt Smith's Game On. It starts off with some nicely insightful reads about Mr. Smith's life as a child. There are some very nice pictures that he has shared as well of himself and his family. The last third of the book was too much about how he became successful I thought. I would like to know more in much simpler terms what this once great football player achieved in life as an African American, a husband, a church goer, a neighbor, and a father.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Mr. Smith was #22 when he played for the Dallas Cowboys. He was a very powerful running back who broke many records during his career. Yet, he tended to go into too great of detail about his holding out to get the best contract. This is ok, but to say that you think that Mr. Jones adjusted his offer was because he needed you alone, is definitely eccentric. There is too much in Mr. Smith's book that says that because I made it, I can do this and that. Nice try Mr. Smith, but for me "No Cigar".