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Jamarcus You Are The Next Ryan Leaf Congratulations

10 Sep 2000:  Quarterback Ryan Leaf #16 of the San Diego Chargers bulls back to throw during the game against the New Orleans Saints at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.  The Saints defeated the Chargers 28-27.Mandatory Credit: Jeff Gross  /Allsport
Adrian EspinozaContributor IOctober 27, 2009

Ryan Leaf was not only bad on the field but was just as bad off the field. In the locker room following the worst loss at home EVER Jamarcus being the humble man that he is had these words to say- "I don't think it's me personally, I really don't," Russell said. "It's a bad combination of one guy doesn't do something right one time. Personally, I don't think so."Do you?" What a joke. And this is the guy that is supposed lead the team. Every Raider in the locker room voiced that they were disappointed in their play and blamed themselves except the chubby so called leader. Time to suck up the cap hit and get rid of him. He can not play and he don't even think that hes playing bad. The Raiders problems go far and beyond the QB but Jamarcus sadly is not the long term answer. A player i like that actually played good on a bad team was no other then Tyler Thigpen if anybody else has a QB in mind for next season please post. Also if anyone knows what QB's are going to be free agents post plz. Its time to start looking to next year this year is a wash.

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