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What can be done about o-line?

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Quick hitters and max protect

 

except this isn't our strength. that's part of the point.

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Don't worry Kugzilla on the way

Even Godzilla would not help this line.

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Oline is a joke. I'm really disappointed in gettlemen for not bringing in some help earlier in camp.

With what money? We are a cash strapped team that paid sub par talent to stick around. What do you want the man to do? It will be fixed but not this year or maybe next because of cap hell we are in.

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Rivera better be in with Shula talking 3 step drops right now or they should both be fired.

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just watched our 2nd series. I can say with confidence that you guys aren't hallucinating and that our OL is indeed an embarrassment.

 

make a move.

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LT: Gross

LG: Amini

C: Kalil

RG: Star

RT: Hardy

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all i can think up is we pray we find a player like last year when we scooped up dwan and he ended up being really solid

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We might need to make a trade, we're an offense that wants to run the ball and can't get any push.

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