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THE QUESTION

Is LT Football's A-Rod?

And are the San Diego Chargers better off without him during the playoffs?

Posted by Emil Steiner on January 5, 2009 6:00 AM
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jercha: Looks like a fine O-Line to me... Norv's O Line has opened holes for LT, Sproles and Michael Turner. Even Portis could've scored. Go Norv Tu...

linroy62: Absolutely not! All this talk about the Chargers not needing LT is silly. Sproles is a great back but he's not an every down back, especiall...

ozpunk: LT is losing his resiliency, but it is too soon to put him out to pasture. He is still the face of the franchise and in the NFL having a ta...

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jercha Author Profile Page :

Looks like a fine O-Line to me... Norv's O Line has opened holes for LT, Sproles and Michael Turner. Even Portis could've scored. Go Norv Turner! Snyder and Vinny Stink!

linroy62 Author Profile Page :

Absolutely not! All this talk about the Chargers not needing LT is silly. Sproles is a great back but he's not an every down back, especially with him on kick return duties. With LT AND Sproles on the roster, it gives the Chargers more flexibility and more importantly, it gives LT a chance to rest in certain situations. LT is a Hall of Famer and to get rid of him would be football suicide for the Chargers.

ozpunk Author Profile Page :

LT is losing his resiliency, but it is too soon to put him out to pasture. He is still the face of the franchise and in the NFL having a tandem of skilled running backs is a huge plus. LT and Sproles complement each other very well, so I doubt he will be going anywhere anytime soon.

 
 
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