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  1. #1
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    Ryan Leaf finally hitting rock bottom

    He was arrested again early this morning, after getting out of jail a few days earlier. The bottom line is that it sounds like he is hooked on oxycodone and is totally falling apart.

    Sad, really. Must be hard walking through life as a punch line.

    I still vividly remember going to the Rose Bowl where Washington State played Michigan and thinking that Leaf had the makings of a really good pro QB.


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    So he's just as bad at burglary as he was at being an NFL QB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marley View Post
    So he's just as bad at burglary as he was at being an NFL QB.
    Certainly appears to be the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marley View Post
    So he's just as bad at burglary as he was at being an NFL QB.
    People might say he was a great burglar because of the money he stole from San Diego.
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    Yeah, he pulled off a master heist on the Chargers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marley View Post
    So he's just as bad at burglary as he was at being an NFL QB.
    Sounds like he hit the right target but had some serious problems with escapability and decision-making.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingFan2k2 View Post
    People might say he was a great burglar because of the money he stole from San Diego.
    That's fraud, not burglary.
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    Again? Didn't he do this a couple years ago? When is he going to get some time? That's the only thing, evidently, that's going to stop him. He's starting to remind me of Art Schlicter, the gambling addict who was a prolific gambler, thief, embezzler, et, al. He's finally going to wind up with a serious term in the slammer. http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/20...n-martin-case/
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