Review, not reviews Dan Leberfeld
Last Sunday in the New York Post, football columnist Bart Hubbuch wrote a critical column about running back LaDainian Tomlinson.
The premise of the opinion piece was that the legendary running back is done.
And in the days that followed, some national websites have linked to the story. One of those sites is the National Football Post. I’m a big fan of that site. You can’t get the NFL news and links without some know-it-all mixing it his opinion and/or cheap shot to every bit of news.
The headline of story/link of the NFP read –“Running back not getting good reviews so far in New York.”
We have to disagree with one letter in this headline – it should be “review” not “reviews.”
Hubbuch is the only one the determined Tomlinson is done based on the spring practices.
No other reporter reached this conclusion.
Now this doesn’t mean Hubbuch is wrong. Only time will tell.
But let’s be clear about the fact that he was only one who had that take.
Or at least wrote it.