Top 10 San Diego Chargers of the Last Decade

By Nick Lee
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#4 Lorenzo Neal 

Anyone who thinks LT could have won his MVP in 2006 without Lorenzo Neal plowing a hole ahead of him is mistaken. Neal was one of the most feared fullbacks of his time. He was a master at his craft. His craft happened to be bowling over linebackers and making life a living nightmare for defenders who had hopes of tackling his teammate, LT. Neal went to 4 Pro Bowls and was twice First Team All-Pro. He was part of one of the greatest statistical seasons in Chargers history in 2006, when he helped LaDainian Tomlinson break the single season touchdown record. He was also named to the First Team All-2000’s team by the NFL Hall of Fame.