In his playing days with the San Diego Chargers and New York Jets, LaDanian Tomlinson was a threat to score every time he touched the ball. As a running back, he set single season records for rushing touchdowns and combined touchdowns (rushing and receiving), and he was elected to the Pro Bowl five times during his 11 year professional career. He was also dangerous as a passer — he finished his career with 7 passing touchdowns, second highest in NFL history for a non-quarterback, behind only the great Walter Payton.
The future NFL Hall of Famer is now blazing a new career trail for himself as an analyst for the NFL Network, and in that capacity you might imagine he has a lot to say about the big game coming up this weekend. L.T. sits down with Booger and Rich to talk about his expectations for Super Bowl XLVIII, as well as to share his prediction for who will raise the Lombardi Trophy once all is said and done …Comments