"Are you serious, Mario? First you play atrociously, then you blame it on your wrist, then you get wrist surgery without telling the Bills first, then you say you never wanted to go to the Bills in the first place? Unbelievable."
Speaking of which I was thinking of asking for money for a fake illness in the family knowing that most people here are dumb enough to fall for it, but I think I would rather be more open about it and I promise it will go to a very good cause. I won't lie to you assholes or throw it away on drugs and booze.
Currently I am taking donations for my upgrade bionic77's transportation project. I am in dire need of faster transportation as my current "whip" cannot even achieve the necessary 0-60 acceleration to put a smile on my face. I am in dire straights and am slumming around in a 2009 Lexus IS. I promise that 100% of the proceeds will be directed entirely to the project. Other than access to the transportation I will not benefit from this at all.
Right now the base for a 2013 M3 is $68,750. That is all I am asking from you guys. Because this is kind of a charitable cause I won't even ask you guys to chip in for the options, luxury tax, insurance or gas. I will pay for all of that stuff myself!
Now be a good neighbor and open your hearts and more importantly your checkbooks to a very worthy cause.
Former Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson sees San Diego struggling this season, but he doesnt think quarterback Philip Rivers deserves the blame.
Instead, Tomlinson said on NFL Networks Around the League Live, its General Manager A.J. Smith and head coach Norv Turner who have failed to build a complete team that Rivers can lead to a title. Asked if Rivers has enough talent around him, Tomlinson answered, I dont believe he does, and Tomlinson noted that the Chargers let offensive playmakers like Vincent Jackson and Darren Sproles get away.
When you look at the people they have lost over the years and Philip Rivers numbers have gone down because of the guys he has lost, Tomlinson said. You talk about a guy like Vincent Jackson, who has picked up where he left off in San Diego now in Tampa Bay leading that team in receptions. You talk about Darren Sproles who is doing a phenomenal job in New Orleans right now. Some of the offensive line that you dont have any more he has lost a lot of talent around him. I said it last year, there is too much pressure on Philip Rivers. He needs guys around him to help him win games.
Tomlinson said he believes that if the Chargers miss the playoffs, Turner and Smith will be out of work.
We heard the rumblings out of San Diego last year when they had the poor season [and] didnt make the playoffs for the second straight year, Tomlinson said. At that point, Dean Spanos really thought about making a change, but he didnt. He said he would give them one more chance to try to right the ship. So here we are at the point where the San Diego Chargers are in danger of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. At that point, the way this organization has worked, you fired Marty [Schottenheimer] after a 14-2 year. [After] many successful years in San Diego, you fire a coach like Marty Schottenheimer. How can you justify keeping A.J. Smith and Norv Turner when you dont go to the playoffs three straight years?
So, it's both the front office and Rivers not being as ELITE as everyone says he is? I agree with LDT for once!
He probably wanted to throw himself into the list of names of people whom they let go. Coming from him, it sounds like bitter grapes, but shit don't get any truer than this:
At that point, the way this organization has worked, you fired Marty [Schottenheimer] after a 14-2 year. [After] many successful years in San Diego, you fire a coach like Marty Schottenheimer. How can you justify keeping A.J. Smith and Norv Turner when you dont go to the playoffs three straight years?