Archive for the ‘LaDainian Tomlinson’ Category

LaDainian Tomlinson Gets All Historical On The Browns

Monday, December 7th, 2009

During the San Diego Chargers' 30-23 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, LaDainian Tomlinson achieved a few big time milestones. First, LT scored his 150th career touchdown on a 4-yard run in with 5:58 left in the third quarter. That score made him the fastest player to reach 150 scores, ...

A.J. Smith Has Jumped The Shark

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

This was originally going to be my own hate-filled rant about Chargers' GM AJ Smith and his growing Woody Hayes-like insanity. Instead, I'll just let Yahoo!'s Michael Silver say it for me: "Make no mistake: Deciding whether Tomlinson will remain with the Chargers, at least privately, is part of Smith's job. ...

Do San Diego’s Teams Want Any Fans At All?

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

First the Padres insulted the shit out of Trevor Hoffman, the all-time saves leader and rock upon which the franchise was built since 1993. Then Jake Peavy was nearly dealt as well. At the time, I thought these were horrible, but isolated incidents, since the Padres have historically always been ...

Chargers Redistribute The Defense

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

As a Chargers fan, I can't bring myself to celebrate the departure of Ted Cottrell. Sure, he was the architect of an underachieving defense who made Art Shell seem animated on the sidelines. Sure, he had no idea how to use the incredibly talented personnel given him by GM A.J. ...

LT In ’08

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

It's not often these days one comes across a candidate they know will live up to the hype. A candidate that will deliver his or her promises. A candidate that will work hard for the people of the United States of America. Just doesn't happen that often. Well, I've found ...

Deion Sanders And Jim Brown Can Suck It

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Heading into Super Bowl weekend, I felt compelled to write some sort of mega-awesome, Super Bowl XLII preview, but I realized that there's absolutely no point. Partially because Hick Flick took care of that nicely yesterday, and also because who the hell cares when there's this story? It's not often ...

NFL MVP: The Case For LT

Monday, December 31st, 2007

I know most of the hype for the NFL's MVP Award has gone to Tom Brady and his massive chin - or possibly one of his receivers - for leading the Patriots to an undefeated season. Some have also suggested that Brett Favre should win it for the incredible year ...