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and cocaines a helluva drug..
The best outside linebacker of all-time. He virtually pioneered the outside pass rushing linebacker. Probably the most gifted athlete to play linebacker ever. LT played the game the way it should be played, with fire, tenacity & relentlessness. Despite his killer instinct as a player, he knew the difference between football & reality (ask Joe Thiessman). Enjoy this footage of football when it was a man's sport & not just a necessity for fantasy football to exist.
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
And the guy who followed him, and while this guy never actually played in a 34 defense (actually played DE for a few seasons). It doesn't matter..hes still a Jack lol.
The best LB of the 90´s
How many times was Elway on his back in that Video?
Looked like Jaworski got most of LT's sacks by that video! The hit on Montana was brutal and I also noticed that Bama was represented by Richard Todd a few times in that vid.
I had forgotten how good LT was in the other aspects of the game beside pass rushing. DT was very comparable which speaks volumes. Wish we could find another DT or biscuit to play Jack right now. Can you imagine CNS' defense with one of those guys coming off the edge?
Gentlemen, which brings me to my next point. Don't smoke crack.......
Get it right man!
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Sorry ..... Got lazy .....
Bobby Boucher the ultimate JACK LB .....
Could you imagine a LB corps that had LT on one side, DT on the side and Mike Singletary and Ray Lewis in the middle.
Here's a link to a Yahoo article about the 10 greatest LBs of all time. They got it wrong IMO because they left DT off the list.
The NFL linebacker is a total madman. An NFL linebacker stands ready within five yards of the line of scrimmage, runs full speed ahead at the snap of the football, and simply tees off on any opponent who dares to cross his path. - National Football League news
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