Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by ChargerRay, Jan 3, 2007.
One LT used crack, and the other one slips through them.
One LT smoked crack, the other one smokes people in the crack.
One LT used drugs, the other one makes people use drugs.
One LT thought he was a jock, the other one makes people lose their jock.
So Tomlinson deserves it then
I think that whole question is just dumb. I don't think Taylor was the first person to go by his initials.
yes he does
Besides, I cant remember ever calling Lawrence Taylor, LT.
Please tell me you're kidding?!?:icon_huh:
I am not kidding, I cant remember calling him LT.
He played for the Giants, I am a Chargers fan.
Well somebody must have called him LT then.:icon_huh: :icon_shrug:
Yes he was, just not by me.
So I am sure there are a lot of people who did, he was a great Linebacker. You cant take that away from him, but as far as I am concerned he is Lawernce Taylor. I am not disrespecting him, and I mean him no harm. I Knew his nickname was LT, and heard it a lot. ESPN was just starting to come on when he played, so Chris Berman was all over it.
I don't remember NY fans chanting "LT, LT, LT". But I didn't get to see to many NY games back then.
Well, when he was a kid, his friends had trouble pronouncing LaDainian so they called him LT.
He has been called LT since then.
Born in 1979 and prolly had that nick name by the time he was 4 or 5, so 1983-84.
Taylor started in the NFL in 81. Don't remember him being called LT until about half way thru his career when he was going to the SB. That would be around 86-88.
Hey Lawrence!! :icon_finger: It was his FIRST!!
the 80's, they did happen
and so did the 70's
to young for the 60's
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