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Ryan Mathews totally going to be better in 2013

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04:47 PM ET 01.08 | After a disappointing 2012 campaign, San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews plans to prove his worth next season. Mathews started the season with a broken clavicle and ended his season by breaking his other clavicle, ending with just 707 yards in 12 games. In his first comments since surgery on the second fracture, Mathews said: "I've shown greatness at times, and I've shown I can be the worst player at times. You've got to be consistent, and that's what I plan to do, Just be a little more consistent player and just be the guy they knew when they drafted." The Chargers selected Mathews with the No. 12 pick of the 2010 NFL Draft, and he has yet to live up to the billing.

San Diego Union-Tribune

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January 8, 2013  05:48 PM ET

Get well Kid!!

January 8, 2013  06:25 PM ET

One more year to prove himself but get a good backup!!! Don't put all your proverbial eggs in one basket!

January 8, 2013  08:07 PM ET

Playing a full season might boost his numbers.

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January 8, 2013  08:20 PM ET
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January 8, 2013  09:23 PM ET

"This is a recording."

January 8, 2013  11:47 PM ET

Ryan seems a bit fragile....

January 9, 2013  01:42 AM ET

Stay healthy man!

January 9, 2013  07:59 AM ET

Letting Brees and Sproles go in favor of Rivers and Mathews is a big part of the problem in Charger-land. That's the AJ Smith effect.

 
January 9, 2013  01:53 PM ET

He said that last year, and the year before that too...

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