Dallsux Posted January 5, 2010 Share Posted January 5, 2010 I disagree. Its in times of adversity where you see who the leaders are, and who the pretenders are.This offense badly needed someone, anyone, to grab the bull by the horns and say "we got this. Lets go" It didn't happen Wrong, it did happen, but with all the injuries & shifting of OLineman & RBs all season, that leadership got lost in fray. Campbell is the one of the only guys who went out week in & week out & tried to make something happen for this team. No, he didn't always make the right choices or good decisions. Show me a QB that does that every week & I'll show you a man that walks on water. But how can you not look at the guy peel himself off the turf every other down & not see that the man WAS leading this team? He was leading by example & with his heart. He's probably one of the few on this team that still has heart & each week, he went out & showed the rest of the team that heart. If he wasn't a leader, then why didn't he just sit down after a while & say "enough is enough"? I'm tired of getting killed & I'm just going to let the pain take over & sit this out & let someone else take the hits! People on here would go out of their way to say that London Fletcher is a leader on this team, but you don't hear stories about him getting in peoples faces either. Does that diminish his leadership skills? London was solid, but made plenty of mistakes as well. Does that mean he sucks & shows no leadership qualities? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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