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    Although......now that we're so close to 20 pages, it seems a shame to just quit.

    This has hardly been fair to Loadholt.

    He's probably damned upset at the derailing of his thread.

    Maybe we should get back to trashing him.

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    EDIT: Oh yeah, this is the fucking Phil Loadholt thread and how shitty he has been playing. It actually started out as a pretty legit thread with some good points. Sadly it turned into a cock measuring contest, with pretty much everybody involved coming out with the worlds tiniest penis award. Congrats.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    slavinator wrote:
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    Phil Loadholt, Not Brett Favre, the Problem for the Minnesota Vikings

    There are two types of tackles in the NFL. One is the tackle that will kick-step, use his feet, get in front of the defender, and use his hands to control his man. The other is what I call a hip-bender, which is a guy who takes two steps back, stops his feet, and just tries to push his defender and hope for the best.

    Phil Loadholt is the second kind, and itís going to get Brett Favre killed one of these days.
    Thanks Tasty!!! good post and on topic.
    Both Loadholt and McKinnie do that. They eat too much at Burger King and Taco Bell to move their butts on the field. Leverage will destroy bulk any day.

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    Jeez. I watched the Lions game again last night. Loadholt looked beyond awful. It was like he wasn't even trying on [strike]some[/strike] most plays. The DE would just run right around him and aim for Favre.

    Loadholt:

    Didn't make many blocks, some lead to turnover
    A lot of holds that didn't get called
    False start, false start.


    Kid's gotta pulls his head outta his ass or not only will Favre get killed but Jackson too. Maybe we will be able to thank Phil for Webb's emergence to NFL MVP.

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    Minniman wrote:
    slavinator wrote:
    tastywaves wrote:
    Phil Loadholt, Not Brett Favre, the Problem for the Minnesota Vikings

    There are two types of tackles in the NFL. One is the tackle that will kick-step, use his feet, get in front of the defender, and use his hands to control his man. The other is what I call a hip-bender, which is a guy who takes two steps back, stops his feet, and just tries to push his defender and hope for the best.

    Phil Loadholt is the second kind, and itís going to get Brett Favre killed one of these days.
    Thanks Tasty!!! good post and on topic.
    Both Loadholt and McKinnie do that. They eat too much at Burger King and Taco Bell to move their butts on the field. Leverage will destroy bulk any day.
    Agreed, if you can't move your feet, what good is the bulk. Offsides and holding calls on Loadholt are both probably related to the fact that he is getting beat by much faster DE's. Offsides because they are trying to jump the snap and get better position and holding because he can't stay in front of the guy.

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    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    Jeez. I watched the Lions game again last night. Loadholt looked beyond awful. It was like he wasn't even trying on [strike]some[/strike] most plays. The DE would just run right around him and aim for Favre.

    Loadholt:

    Didn't make many blocks, some lead to turnover
    A lot of holds that didn't get called
    False start, false start.


    Kid's gotta pulls his head outta his ass or not only will Favre get killed but Jackson too. Maybe we will be able to thank Phil for Webb's emergence to NFL MVP.
    That's what I was saying earlier in the thread. I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt until after the bye week but if his play keeps leading DIRECTLY to turnovers then he has to go to the bench.. He wasn't nearly this bad last year which I find a little strange. Some are saying that the reason is that opposing D-coordinators may be gameplanning for him now that they have tape but I find that hard to believe considering he wasn't directly causing turnovers in the playoffs and at the end of the season last year.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    PurplePeopleEaters wrote:
    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    Jeez. I watched the Lions game again last night. Loadholt looked beyond awful. It was like he wasn't even trying on [strike]some[/strike] most plays. The DE would just run right around him and aim for Favre.

    Loadholt:

    Didn't make many blocks, some lead to turnover
    A lot of holds that didn't get called
    False start, false start.


    Kid's gotta pulls his head outta his ass or not only will Favre get killed but Jackson too. Maybe we will be able to thank Phil for Webb's emergence to NFL MVP.
    That's what I was saying earlier in the thread. I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt until after the bye week but if his play keeps leading DIRECTLY to turnovers then he has to go to the bench.. He wasn't nearly this bad last year which I find a little strange. Some are saying that the reason is that opposing D-coordinators may be gameplanning for him now that they have tape but I find that hard to believe considering he wasn't directly causing turnovers in the playoffs and at the end of the season last year.
    I'm willing to give the whole offense a bit more time before crucifying anybody. It's an entirely different offense than what we saw in training camp. They continue to bring in new faces...there is going to be a learning curve. To think different (Or to blindly blame one person like Favre) is ridiculous and very short sighted.

    Loadholt needs to improve though, no doubt about it.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    PurplePeopleEaters wrote:
    BloodyHorns82 wrote:
    Jeez. I watched the Lions game again last night. Loadholt looked beyond awful. It was like he wasn't even trying on [strike]some[/strike] most plays. The DE would just run right around him and aim for Favre.

    Loadholt:

    Didn't make many blocks, some lead to turnover
    A lot of holds that didn't get called
    False start, false start.


    Kid's gotta pulls his head outta his ass or not only will Favre get killed but Jackson too. Maybe we will be able to thank Phil for Webb's emergence to NFL MVP.
    That's what I was saying earlier in the thread. I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt until after the bye week but if his play keeps leading DIRECTLY to turnovers then he has to go to the bench.. He wasn't nearly this bad last year which I find a little strange. Some are saying that the reason is that opposing D-coordinators may be gameplanning for him now that they have tape but I find that hard to believe considering he wasn't directly causing turnovers in the playoffs and at the end of the season last year.
    Maybe the Vikings gave the rookie more tight end help last season.

    It is a wonder why the Vikings do not give Loadholt chip and dip help off the edge this season. I guess having more receivers in patterns than there is time to go through progressions is part of the patented Childress K-A offense.

    It isn't like The Vikings use a lot of clearing routes and double moves either.

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    If I remember right, he had tight end help on that play where they stripped Favre for a touchdown and they both got beat.....and I think they were both getting beat several times in that game.

    Maybe if we give the tight end a sawed-off shotgun.....
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    Infidel wrote:
    If I remember right, he had tight end help on that play where they stripped Favre for a touchdown and they both got beat.....and I think they were both getting beat several times in that game.

    Maybe if we give the tight end a sawed-off shotgun.....
    Have you seen Loadholt? He's as likely to shoot himself as a defender
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