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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    marstc09 wrote:
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    Take his TD pass to Percy yesterday. It goes down in the books as a TD but he almost missed a wide open WR.
    Again, I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes were not quite perfect enough.

    ROFL, indeed.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    Child please. Could you stretch any more?
    So your saying his play was without flaw?
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    Weak stuff like that could be brought forever, but it's still crap.

    You claim Favre is making the offensive line look bad?

    You really ARE an out of work comedian, for sure!!!

    ROFLMAO!
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Marrdro wrote:
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    Take his TD pass to Percy yesterday. It goes down in the books as a TD but he almost missed a wide open WR.
    Again, I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes were not quite perfect enough.

    ROFL, indeed.

    How many times did he roll out on the bootleg and miss the guy open underneath cause he was looking deep.
    Any examples? See Mayock breakdown.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Marrdro wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Infidel wrote:
    Take his TD pass to Percy yesterday. It goes down in the books as a TD but he almost missed a wide open WR.
    Again, I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes were not quite perfect enough.

    ROFL, indeed.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    Child please. Could you stretch any more?
    So your saying his play was without flaw?
    Did you see me write that in any of my posts? Keep fishing Marrdro.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Infidel wrote:
    Weak stuff like that could be brought forever, but it's still crap.

    You claim Favre is making the offensive line look bad?

    You really ARE an out of work comedian, for sure!!!

    ROFLMAO!
    If your addressing my comments quote me and then enlighten me with your profound wisdom.

    Until then, all I see is another new poster who disagrees with me and doesn't give me anything in the way of changing my opinion.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Infidel wrote:
    Take his TD pass to Percy yesterday. It goes down in the books as a TD but he almost missed a wide open WR.
    Again, I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes were not quite perfect enough.

    ROFL, indeed.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    Child please. Could you stretch any more?
    So your saying his play was without flaw?
    Did you see me write that in any of my posts? Keep fishing Marrdro.
    Never said you did. My post was a question back to you for clarification on your last post.

    As with our new friend Infidel, nothing of substance to that has caused me to change my mind.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    How many times did the Noodle know the rush was coming and didn't get rid of it to the hot reciever?

    How many times did he roll out on the bootleg and miss the guy open underneath cause he was looking deep.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    ROFLMAO again!

    Just had to bring those fantasies back up for further entertainment.

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    Until then, all I see is another new poster who disagrees with me and doesn't give me anything in the way of changing my opinion.
    I wonder why so many new posters are coming along that disagree with you?

    One of the mysteries of the century, I guess.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Marrdro wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Infidel wrote:
    Take his TD pass to Percy yesterday. It goes down in the books as a TD but he almost missed a wide open WR.
    Again, I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes were not quite perfect enough.

    ROFL, indeed.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    Child please. Could you stretch any more?
    So your saying his play was without flaw?
    Did you see me write that in any of my posts? Keep fishing Marrdro.
    Never said you did. My post was a question back to you for clarification on your last post.

    As with our new friend Infidel, nothing of substance to that has caused me to change my mind.
    Plenty of substance. You are stubborn. I bet you ignore the Mayock breakdown. IMO he is doing a great job at proving you wrong.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Infidel wrote:
    How many times did the Noodle know the rush was coming and didn't get rid of it to the hot reciever?

    How many times did he roll out on the bootleg and miss the guy open underneath cause he was looking deep.

    How many times did the Noodles actions cause the OL to look bad?
    ROFLMAO again!

    Just had to bring those fantasies back up for further entertainment.

    Wow, your insight leaves me speachless.

    I love these new guys that come on here and only want to throws daggers when they have nothing of significance to add.

    Again, you think I'm wrong, give me something that will cause me to change my stance.

    Until then, my stance hasn't changed, the OL, the WR's, the TE's and yes, even the QB have a hand in the issues we have passing the ball this year.
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