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  • Joey_Potter
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    It would be a great addition but I dont see it since his brother in law (Taylor) plays with him. As well as his loyalty, he seems to want to retire as a Dolphin. However with sports business anything is possible.

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  • Walter
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    LOL that'd be a great addition to the Chargers' defense

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  • NoNonsenseCoach
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    I say you have Chambers call up his buddy Zach Thomas so the Chargers have an inside linebacker. That would be better than 600 yards receiving and 3 TDs.... obviously unrealistic though haha.

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  • Joey_Potter
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    Yea Turner had 180+ all purpose yards in a game earlier in the year.

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  • Mark
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    I'd say give LT like 25-30 carries a game, and get Turner 10-15.

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  • Walter
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    OK point taken... Either run it or throw it to LT 35-40 times a game.

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  • Joey_Potter
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    Walter he can pass (He has the QB and reciever to do so). However he shouldn't pass (He has LT so why the heck should he do anything but run it 35 times a game).

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  • Walter
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    And no, Norv still can't pass. He needs to give the ball to LT 35-40 times per game. Chambers will help by stretching the field.

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  • Walter
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    He means AJ Smith

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  • Walter
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    AJ Smith has made great moves over the years. He's drafted extremely well, and made some nice free-agent signings. The dumb thing he did was the Schottenheimer deal.

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  • Zero Cool
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    alex smith?

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  • Joey_Potter
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    Chambers and the Chargers

    Wow. Now Norv can pass. Not as much as he would like but with this addition the field -And running lanes- will open up giving everyone more room to look. Many NFL (Including ESPN) say this is the first good move Alex Smith has made in a couple years and I for one agree.
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