Found October 05, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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Tiki Barber has to be one of the biggest d-bags in the history of sports, right? The guy abruptly retired in 2006, the year before the Giants won the Super Bowl, and hasn’t gotten over it since. Going into the 2007 season he ripped Eli Manning and his leadership skills. How’d that work out for him?
Now this photo surfaces, courtesy of LobShots.com. Yes, that is an “Eli Manning Sucks, San Diego Chargers” shirt signed by Tiki Barber himself (the other signature is former Giants TE Howard Cross). Like, grow up already Tiki. Don’t take out your frustration on Eli and the Giants for your stupid retirement decision.
According to LobShots, this shirt is framed and hanging in San Diego bar Slater’s 50/50. Which brings us to another point…if Chargers fans are actually still bitter towards Eli Manning, they’re an even sadder fan base than we once thought.
[h/t Lobshots.com]
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