I was Watching the video G posted, Locklear seems to be a phenomenal pass-blocker, but was weak at run-blocking, which explais some 1-2 rush gains on each play, I always had a firm belief Diehl was a better Run-Blocker then at the pass, but that's just my opinion...I just see Diehl block well when it mattered the most, so that's why I felt like that, but he does get a lot of holding penalties and that's what ticks me the most of #66, but Diehl should be on the field on running plays and Locklear on passing plays IMO, but I really am not worried about it, and I'm sure the coaches will show us that we were worried for nothing...hopefully ray:
Last edited by cowboyskilla; 11-03-2012 at 08:42 PM.
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TC just confirmed that Diehl gets the start.
As a coach, to have your players respect you and follow you no man loses his job over injury only by performance. when Diehl comes back and he doesn't play up to par then u make a change. and this is why our organization and our HC are highly respected.
Goodbye old friend.
Diehl played poorly today.
Poorly isn't the right word. More like ****ing awful.
Wonder what Kareem McKenzie is doing right now...
**** McKenzie. Locklear was fine
Locklear was better than Diehl, but it was still shakey. Everyone hypes the low sack numbers, but seems like its more on Eli getting rid of the ball.