S3 EP4 LaDainian Tomlinson: “Bears are on the rise, Cutler is better and Langford can be the guy at running back”

Former San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson gestures during a halftime ceremony in an NFL football game between the Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in San Diego. The Chargers retired Tomlinson's number 21 jersey and inducted him into the team Hall of Fame during the ceremony. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

Former San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson gestures during a halftime ceremony in an NFL football game between the Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in San Diego. The Chargers retired Tomlinson's number 21 jersey and inducted him into the team Hall of Fame during the ceremony. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

Welcome everybody to Down and Distance, where two dads talk sports, music, life and parenting. Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis discuss the biggest issues and interview the best and brightest.

The NFL Network’s LaDainian Tomlinson joined Jarrett and Shaun to discuss the dynamics of quarterbacking in the NFL,  the evolution and resurrection of the running back, first time starters in Denver and Dallas, and the psyche of a team that loses it’s quarterback to injury.  Tomlinson breaks down the Chicago Bears rebuilding efforts and the upside of the last two draft classes.  Tomlinson believes that Jay Cutler is ready to win big if he continues on the path laid by his former offensive coordinator, Adam Gase. Colin Kaepernick sideline protests galvanized  global conversation concerning injustice and respect for the American flag,  and LaDainian Tomlinson believes it was the right move and the right time for it to happen.

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