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So our starting O-line for Sunday (drum roll)

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After the bye when he's in shape I'd like to see Wharton - Amini - Kalil - Scott - Gross

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So take a natural LG, back up LT and throw him at RT and pray?

Seems like a solid plan.

 

 

So you think Bell is better?

 

There is no such thing as a natural LG. A guard is a guard and a tackle is a tackle.

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So take a natural LG, back up LT and throw him at RT and pray?

Seems like a solid plan.

 

 

Leave in a natural RT, who shoud be a back up RT, and pray?

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Thats a better line than we had late last season when we were winning.

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I look for Olsen to have a big day

 

Their secondary woes and injuries will keep the from stacking the box too much.  Middle of the field will be open for crossing patterns in the 12-15 yd range.

 

Olsen should thrive while Smitty, Ginn take the DB's deep

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Thats a better line than we had late last season when we were winning.

 

I'd agree with that.

 

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I look for Olsen to have a big day

 

Their secondary woes and injuries will keep the from stacking the box too much.  Middle of the field will be open for crossing patterns in the 12-15 yd range.

 

Olsen should thrive while Smitty, Ginn take the DB's deep

 

 

agree, i think he has one of the better days of his career on sunday

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What has Scott done to warrant all the hate? Maybe hate is a strong word...but very few people give the guy any credit and the vast majority seem to laugh him off as a starting o-lineman. He did very well in the Preseason, played very well in the Seattle game, and people are still writing him off. Yeah he's played for 5 or 6 different teams (from what I hear)...so what? You're gonna choose to emphasize that over what you've witnessed first-hand in a handful of games now? That's called being sheep. I'm not gonna jump the gun and say he's a Pro Bowler, but everything I've seen has been promising and I feel very comfortable with him at one of the guard spots. I think Amini has proven to be much more of a liability than Scott thus far.

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So you think Bell is better?

There is no such thing as a natural LG. A guard is a guard and a tackle is a tackle.

Yes, I think Bell is better and Rivera would disagree about with you as he's the one that called Wharton a natural LG, thus NOT moving him to RG.

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I like everything I've seen from Scott in two games, one that counts. Rivera has referred to him as a "great find" several times.

I have high hopes for him, especially with Kug on IR.

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I just don't like the fact that here we are in the second week of the regular season, seven months after the start of the off season, and we are still trying to piece meal together an adequate offensive line.

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At this point Scott has showed me more than amini has

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