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The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/16/2018 8:19:47 AM   
mikegreitzer

 

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Hello, folks! I am a new face here. My brother (Geoffrey Greitzer) is an avid member of this forum. He posted a story I wrote for The Viking Age, entitled "Closing The Case For Kirk: Why The Vikings Chose Cousins Over Keenum" a few weeks back.

He suggested that I post a new article just up on the Viking Age that is getting very strong views and may interest you guys.

>>"Vikings Find Way To Beat Packers' 'Legal' Holding"



Hopefully this link and picture will come through here. The pic (I made) is not in the article per the site's corporate sponsor agreement, but it illustrates the offensive line technique perfectly.

If you folks would a full post of the article here, I can do that.

In the meantime, I'm drinking coffee and considering our game this afternoon.

It's nice to know you folks are with me.

< Message edited by mikegreitzer -- 9/16/2018 8:36:28 AM >
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RE: The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/16/2018 8:36:55 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: mikegreitzer

Hello, folks! I am a new face here. My brother (Geoffrey Greitzer) is an avid member of this forum. He posted a story I wrote for The Viking Age, entitled "Closing The Case For Kirk: Why The Vikings Chose Cousins Over Keenum" a few weeks back.

He suggested that I post a new article just up on the Viking Age that is getting very strong views and may interest you guys.

"Vikings Find Way To Beat Packers' 'Legal' Holding"



Hopefully this link and picture will come through here. The pic (I made) is not in the article per the site's corporate sponsor agreement, but it illustrates the offensive line technique perfectly.

If you folks would a full post of the article here, I can do that.

In the meantime, I'm drinking coffee and considering our game this afternoon.

It's nice to know you folks are with me.

As they say a picture is worth a thousand words. Welcome aboard Mike.

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RE: The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/16/2018 8:39:09 AM   
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Ok link works. Great!
And someone else posted last article...im clueless
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RE: The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/17/2018 7:30:19 AM   
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After reading the article yesterday morning I concentrated on Bulaga's "blocking" during the game. He holds on nearly every play & watching some of the other Packer OLs it's rampant holding they're getting by with IMO.
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RE: The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/17/2018 1:14:54 PM   
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Brett Kollman has a pretty good video on the subject, too.

https://youtu.be/VKzcfrriEME

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RE: The Packers' "Legalized Holding" Tactic - 9/17/2018 3:52:55 PM   
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Great link!
Of course nothing is done about it
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