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Start Christensen and Deonte Brown Next Week. There is no other option.


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Moton-Daley-Tecklenburg-Miller-Christensen would be the best option assuming Tecklenburg is better than Paradis. An improvement there helps the guards out tremendously and doesn't start a chain reaction that reaches to the tackles making up for Paradis' mistakes.

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7 minutes ago, KillerKat said:

Moton-Daley-Tecklenburg-Miller-Christensen would be the best option assuming Tecklenburg is better than Paradis. An improvement there helps the guards out tremendously and doesn't start a chain reaction that reaches to the tackles making up for Paradis' mistakes.

You really don’t think Rhule will do this do you?

he strikes me as a little Riveraesque were this is concerned 

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18 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

This OL, as-is, absolutely sucks and will single-handedly ruin the season.  Yes, the defense got gashed today, but the Cowboys are a good team and the game really came down to us not being able to move the ball or score on the last possession of the first half and the first possession of the second half, which was also when Quinn realized if he overloaded the box with pressure that we couldn't stop it.  Then it was a free-for-all.  Fix it, Rhule.  That game shouldn't have went down the way it did.  Don't let it happen again.

I don’t disagree. I would move Moton to the left and start these two. Couldn’t hurt.

Think Sam was hit 10 times today. Sacked 4

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Just now, Cdparr7 said:

I don’t disagree. I would move Moton to the left and start these two. Couldn’t hurt.

Think Sam was hit 10 times today. Sacked 4

Starting Brown wouldn't do anything until you change center. It's hard to tell were the guards stand as they keep having to make up for Paradis.

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1 minute ago, KillerKat said:

Starting Brown wouldn't do anything until you change center. It's hard to tell were the guards stand as they keep having to make up for Paradis.

Not trying to be pessimistic but I don’t think Tecklenburg would be an upgrade over Paradis and Elflein is on IR

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As bad as the interior of our offensive line has been, you can't just assume that Christensen and Brown are better or more capable.  They have potential and we all hope they can be.  But for all we know, they are guys that shouldn't be in the league. The coaches--who yes, could be wrong in their evaluation--don't think they give us a better chance to win than the current group they are trotting out.  And they both see how all the players in question perform in practice and know a hell of a lot more about football than all of us.

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3 minutes ago, Cdparr7 said:

Not trying to be pessimistic but I don’t think Tecklenburg would be an upgrade over Paradis and Elflein is on IR

Someone reminded me Erving has played center before. Might actually be our best option atm. Moton-Daley-Erving-Miller-Christensen to start out in practice and if that helps out the guards, then good. If one of the guards shows to still be weak after the change, then replace either one with Brown.

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