The Minnesota Vikings were demolished by the New England Patriots, 30-7, and quarterback Matt Cassel threw four interceptions. On one of them, offensive tackle Phil Loadholt attempted a tackle.
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Minnesota Vikings starting right tackle Phil Loadholt became a defender on a play when quarterback Matt Cassel threw an interception to New England Patriots safety Devin McCourty.
When McCourty came up with the interception, Loadholt attempted to tackle him and flew through the air in a rare display by an offensive lineman.
This was one of four interceptions that the Patriots came up with en route to a 30-7 victory over the Vikings, and this marked a major bounceback for the Patriots.
Here is a tweet of the image of Loadholt flying in the air.
Photo of the Day: Vikings OT Phil Loadholt, weighing 343 lbs, flies through the air trying to tackle Devin McCourty. pic.twitter.com/WDUAN5anYZ
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 14, 2014