LT's Leap 2nd Best in Charger History

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Alpenbolt

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The best is still the Gary Anderson 5 yard line anti-gravity leap against I believe it was Miami in the first game of the season in the late 80's. Seeing that live I have never see an entire stadium hold their breath like that as he just hung out there for days like Superman before finally tucking into the end zone.

This was another guy who ruined his career with a holdout.
 

Trumpet_Man

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Bolt Fan in Liechtenstein said:
The best is still the Gary Anderson 5 yard line anti-gravity leap against I believe it was Miami in the first game of the season in the late 80's. Seeing that live I have never see an entire stadium hold their breath like that as he just hung out there for days like Superman before finally tucking into the end zone.

This was another guy who ruined his career with a holdout.
Gary Anderson's leap was the best leap I ever witnessed anywhere. :tup:
 

BFISA

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Trumpet_Man said:
Gary Anderson's leap was the best leap I ever witnessed anywhere. :tup:
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Saw that on TV, and witnessed LT's leap live at the Stick!!

Man, Life is good!!:) :tup: :icon_toast:
 

Trumpet_Man

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thejdog said:
I was at the Murph that day!


Gary's wife was the Brenda Warner of her day....she had a big mouth and got involved in hubbies contractural affairs via the media.....she pisssed off a lot of fans......