Re: Ladainian Tomlinson
He's not dominant anymore, that's for sure. He still puts up OK numbers, but I certainly don't think he strikes fear into the defense anymore.
He can probably still be effective for a couple more years as part of a 1-2 punch, as long as they rotate Sproles or someone else in liberally. But he looks like his best days are behind him, and I wouldn't want to put everything on him as my every-down back.
When his contract runs out, somebody will take that chance, though. Arizona? Denver? Seattle? I'm looking your way.
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