Kieft is a beast




BTChamp

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 24, 2019
Messages
2,536
Reaction score
1,748
Points
113
A true Viking!!!. Give him a pollaxe and say "Go". He knows what to do. Its in his blood.
 





gopherdudepart2

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 20, 2008
Messages
3,841
Reaction score
313
Points
83
I wish they would reward Kieft with a few designed pass catches off run fakes like they used to do with Max Williams out of that formation. Just for his shear effort on blocking. His effort does not go un-noticed, he is a tough dude.
 
Last edited:

Gophergrandpa

Well-known member
Joined
Oct 17, 2018
Messages
1,269
Reaction score
1,233
Points
113
He got one catch yesterday. Like to get him two or three looks a game, but when you only throw the ball 15 times a game, and you have our WRs, distribution is tough. The game will come—against a successfully loaded box—when Tanner throws 30+ times. Maybe TEs get their reward then …
 




Bob_Loblaw

Well-known member
Joined
Oct 23, 2009
Messages
14,186
Reaction score
4,057
Points
113
He got one catch yesterday. Like to get him two or three looks a game, but when you only throw the ball 15 times a game, and you have our WRs, distribution is tough. The game will come—against a successfully loaded box—when Tanner throws 30+ times. Maybe TEs get their reward then …
I think Kieft might like the opportunity to hit more people for his reward.
 

hungan1

Well-known member
Joined
Jan 20, 2011
Messages
11,525
Reaction score
1,883
Points
113
I'd love to see him used more against Nebraska, Iowa, and Wisconsin. He can clear small running lanes and turn them into a gaping hole.
 






gopherdudepart2

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 20, 2008
Messages
3,841
Reaction score
313
Points
83
In FleckBall, his job is to knock opposing players ass-over-teakettle.

He is very, very good at his job.
I agree with this but it is nice to reward the guy's that do that kind of dirty work with a few reverse slip screens out of the backfield, and a wheel route now and then for kicking so much a$$ at the line of scrimmage, that is all I am saying.
 





Top Bottom