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    Re: Phil Loadholt

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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?
    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.
    When have you ever saw me ignore anything related to this team, especially from a reliable cat as Mayock.

    I just haven't had time to read it yet.

    Still, doesn't change the fact that I saw him miss open recievers short, looking for recievers deep when the blitz was on.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

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    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.

    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.
    You were not saying all this before. Glad you finally came around.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Marrdro wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
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    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.
    Still, doesn't change the fact that I saw him miss open recievers short, looking for recievers deep when the blitz was on.
    Examples?

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    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.
    Nobody has argued against that, but you continue to make far too much of the QBs alleged errors.....even inventing some laughable ones.

    How the hell can a QB really get started in the conditions you mention?

    I think you've just destroyed the validity of your attacks on Favre.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Infidel wrote:
    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.
    Nobody has argued against that, but you continue to make far too much of the QBs alleged errors.....even inventing some laughable ones.

    How the hell can a QB really get started in the conditions you mention?

    I think you've just destroyed the validity of your attacks on Favre.
    Dam fine post there. Top shelf indeed. Wis beyond your years.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Infidel wrote:
    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.
    Nobody has argued against that, but you continue to make far too much of the QBs alleged errors.....even inventing some laughable ones.

    How the hell can a QB really get started in the conditions you mention?

    I think you've just destroyed the validity of your attacks on Favre.
    I make far to much. I think you should read my posts a little closer.

    I think you read to much into what I say.

    Again, what ones are laughable? The one I pointed out were he almost overthrew a wide open Harvin? Are you saying that didn't happen?

    That he missed the hot reads and didn't get the ball off in time?

    Like it or not, there were a few intances yesterday when they brought more rushers that we had blockers. The QB's job is to recognize that (as it is with the C) and get the ball to those hot reads.

    Question my validity if you want, but your not gonna do it by calling me a comedian.
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Marrdro wrote:
    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.

    Mar said:
    Wow, your insight leaves me speachless.
    The insight is that the things you mention either didn't happen at all or happened when Favre was getting chased by several players that the pass protection missed.

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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    marstc09 wrote:
    Infidel wrote:
    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.
    Nobody has argued against that, but you continue to make far too much of the QBs alleged errors.....even inventing some laughable ones.

    How the hell can a QB really get started in the conditions you mention?

    I think you've just destroyed the validity of your attacks on Favre.
    Dam fine post there. Top shelf indeed. Wis beyond your years.
    HAH......Thats the best you got?
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    Infidel wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    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.

    Mar said:
    Wow, your insight leaves me speachless.
    The insight is that the things you mention either didn't happen at all or happened when Favre was getting chased by several players that the pass protecion missed.

    So, your saying he didn't miss recievers open in the flats yesterday or are you saying he didn't almost over throw Harvin?
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    Re: Phil Loadholt

    The one I pointed out were he almost overthrew a wide open Harvin? Are you saying that didn't happen?
    I have to laugh when the Favre bashers are reduced to complaining that his TD passes are not perfect enough.

    Is the game about scoring or form?

    LOL! Keep it up.

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