In case you missed it, we kicked of our “Three Questions” series with Matthew Coller yesterday, and we’ve got another round of similar fun today. Joining us to answer three questions today is Nik “Lupagus” Edlund. You might know his work from Draft Season which was heavily featured here at Vikings Territory leading up to last year’s NFL Draft.
Alright, enough introduction, here is where we jump right to it:
I have to go with Matt Kalil’s season-ender. Not because Kalil was playing lights out or anything, but it allowed TJ Clemmings to become the starting left tackle for the Minnesota Vikings. That move absolutely killed this offense. Not only did he have his fair share of false starts that stalled drives, his horse crap pass protection routinely got Sam Bradford killed. It is truly a miracle how Bradford survived the season. Clemmings had some of the worst technique ever seen at the position, and really needs to have some alone time this offseason with offensive line coach Tony Sparano before he ever thinks of stepping back onto the field in a meaningful NFL game.