McKinnie Tips Vikings’ Hand
Marrdro's comment follows:
Mabye we've all been wrong. Problem isn't AD or the blocking scheme but rather something else. :dry:
Wow. Maybe that will finally kill all the talk about 'ol Feet of Stone being of "Pro Bowl caliber".Quote:
I think someone mentioned this last week, but we still dominated that game.
If true, this is great news. Easily correctable and would make a huge difference going forward. The problem is that changing the stance might be a big reason McKinnie has improved at pass blocking.
McKinnie is definetly not a pro-bowler.
The real question is, has he always had this stance?Quote:
I believe Mr Anderson already pointed this out a few games back. My guess is he is having problems with the scheme because his feet aren't fast enough so he is trying to tweak his stance to make up for it. It also appears the jig is up because he was found out.
I really hope McKinnie can fix this problem by Sunday because the game against the bengals is going to be huge.
If we lose in the playoffs because of his feet. So help me God...
That makes soo much more sense..
I thought that during the game it seemed as if the Cards defense knew what play we were running, whether run or pass. And I even remember a few of us commenting on that as well (I remember a few PA and PA draw plays that was wide open for a run).
If that is the case, lets hope McKinney gets his crap together.
BTW, I've been a huge advocate of trading McKinney for a few draft picks or a player/draft pick combo for the past 4 years now..
I was listening to Gil Brandt on Siruis on the way home about 30 minutes ago and he said that "one" of the line man on the Vikes was tipping when we were going to pass. He said everyone knows. How long has this been out of the box?
They were talking about the best lines in the NFL. They were not willing to say the Vikes.
Glad to see there was a thread on this already.