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PFF Offensive Line Grades


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16 minutes ago, frankw said:

@BlackPanther21_ pooping posts ain't gonna make this line any better but have fun little fella.

I never said our line was good...

Yes, it is insane that this is what we have to deal with for the rest of the year.

But Fitterer even said teams don't want to trade their lineman, even backups.

Gotta continue to build through the draft, use cap space to their advantage (but wisely) and give the younger guys more opportunities. 

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6 minutes ago, BlackPanther21_ said:

I never said our line was good...

Yes, it is insane that this is what we have to deal with for the rest of the year.

But Fitterer even said teams don't want to trade their lineman, even backups.

Gotta continue to build through the draft, use cap space to their advantage (but wisely) and give the younger guys more opportunities. 

I don't think we're fixing this oline through one draft maybe a C but as bottom as it is now it may be 2023 before we finally get it anywhere near what it needs to be. Hey we love our defense but this is what happens when you spend an entire draft on one side of the ball while your oline deteriorates.

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