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  1. AStack75

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    Poor LT. I think he's gonna cry again.

    http://www.chargers.com/
    Click on "Sunday: Ladainian Tomlinson" in the upper right.

    Video of his post-Packers game press conf.
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    LOL. Did you know that Chuck Norris' tears can cure cancer? Too bad he's never cried.

    Wow what are you doing you little wuss LT? Chuck would not approve! Grow a set of balls, take responsibility for your team, and go out there and win a game. With that kind of talent, no excuse for the Chargers to lose to the Packers.
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    How the heck did he have THREE bad games in a row??

    Barry Switzer may have been the dumbest coach to win a Super Bowl, but he was at least smart enough to know how to "just merely" drive the bus. AJ Smith would have been better off hiring Barry instead of Norv.
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    Somewhere, I think Marty Schotenheimer is smiling.
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    He was yelling at Rivers on the sideline because he didn't see he was open.

    I'm really tired of people continuelly praising him for being a class act. He's not!
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    and whats worse, He seems to be getting fashion tips from Merrill Hogue...YUCK!
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    His tie has Packers colors, right? Sort of ironic.
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    But he says he's a class act, so he must be. I thought LT was the judge of who had class and who didn't.
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    Now wouldn't it be ironic if by the end of this season, as the Chargers go 1-15, the entire league starts to perceive LdT for what he is (baby b1tch) and Randy Moss as a classy team player with leadership qualities? :D
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    What's the expression, the true measure of a man is not how he acts when things are going well, but in times of adversity??? They are about two losses away from a category 5 implosion........
    Get the popcorn ready..........
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    Exactly...when everything was rosy, he was the self anointed class act of the NFL. Now, as the wheels fall off, we get to see what type of character he really is.

    Loving the demise of the chargers- schadenfreude for sure.
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    The best definition of "class" I ever heard was: grace under pressure.

    It seems these past couple of years, every time LaDangler faces a bit of pressure, he cracks....he sure doesn't show any grace...
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    Maybe after next week's loss and another sub-60-yard game, he'll just skip the podium and we'll never have to hear former-MVP pizz and moan again.
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    I love when poor LT is sad.
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    I saw a man who has completely lost confidence in his coaches and his team. Dejected and depressed. Quite a turnaround from the "We'd beat the Pats 9 times out of 10" bravado. They're only 1-2, not 0-3. Show some leadership and don't woose out so early and easily.
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    That post game interview was one of the saddest showing of leadership I've seen in quite some time. If LT is truly the leader of this team then the Bolt fans truly have my condolences.
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    The NFL is a BOTTOM LINE league.

    The bottom line on LT is that he has had one or maybe two good seasons and the rest of the time he has either been injuried or 'recovering' from injury, and this year he is struggling so far.

    The league has always been full of talented running backs who last a few seasons and then fade out. We have about ten at least in the league right now. Just the flavour of the month.

    Unless LT gets 10,000+ yards in this league and has a long term career where he is a team player and not a cancer, than just shut up!

    You are what your record says you are, and you aren't a HOF player until you stay healthy and productive for at least 10,000 yards anymore. This league is littered with former pro bowl running backs at any given moment in history, living off of a couple seasons' reputation.

    Currently he is just another self promoting punk who runs his mouth when he is happy and cries when he ain't.
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    Yes...poor poor sad LT!
    An incredible physical talent with the maturity of an 11 year old.

    I'm always amazed at how many players of the same description are idolized by the press and fans alike. He is the antithesis to what a 'role model' should be, yet that's exactly what he is to so many.

    He simply needs to grow up.
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    It's hilarious. Everyone in San Diego screamed that Marty was too conservative, ran the ball too much, and refused to open up the game.

    So now the game is opened up, and they aren't running as much, and now everyone is screaming to run more.

    Do they realize they are yelling for the return of Marty ball?

    Looks like the CHargers put together a magical year in 2006, and Shottenheimer made them look better than they are. Now they can return to being an above average, but not great, team.
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    and then people wonder about a guy like Moss..here you have supposedly a player of very good character> LT (leader of the team) and after a few losses he is acting up!

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