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Thread: More evidence to the collapse of our pass protection.

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    More evidence to the collapse of our pass protection.

    [url]http://deadspin.com/5871731/four-players-since-week-10-have-won-defensive-player-of-the-week-after-facing-the-jets[/url]

    So the entire league has used the Jets line as a highlight reel.

    Forget getting a new QB who would even survive with this line?

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    Pathetic and humiliating. :shakehead

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    That's interesting, the line really declined this year. Ferguson had a down year, Slauson is average. We all know Hunter is terrible and Moore was coming off hip surgery and is nowhere near the player he used to be. We might need a completely new right side of the line. It'd be nice if Ducasse could be the new RG and we could just go out and get a new RT.

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    It really is shocking how fast the line went from one of the league's best to one of the worst. Equally poor in run blocking and pass protection.

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    Hunter you bum!!!

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    Pathetic

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    Wayne Hunter, you're fired
    And Rex and Tanny are fired if they bring this bum back next year

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    [QUOTE=Buzzsaw;4297519]It really is shocking how fast the line went from one of the league's best to one of the worst. Equally poor in run blocking and pass protection.[/QUOTE]

    It must be some kind of record. Somebody needs to be accountable for this.

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    I never bought into the OL being great.

    It was an illusion created by Leon and TJ, and with TRich's lead blocking.

    When Sanchez came aboard he was running for his life from day one. Everyone wrote it off as a rookie's lack of experience.

    What didn't fool me was the consistently sloppy pocket that would close like a clamshell as soon as Mark dropped back.

    If you tuned out the hype and watched them play, it was pretty darn glaring.

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    [QUOTE=jetrider;4297594]I never bought into the OL being great.

    It was an illusion created by Leon and TJ, and with TRich's lead blocking.

    When Sanchez came aboard he was running for his life from day one. Everyone wrote it off as a rookie's lack of experience.

    What didn't fool me was the consistently sloppy pocket that would close like a clamshell as soon as Mark dropped back.

    If you tuned out the hype and watched them play, it was pretty darn glaring.[/QUOTE]
    truth be told, every offensive line in the NFL is like that.

    It's more the QB than the o-line that makes the difference

    The great offenses have QBs with great pocket awareness and footwork to shuffle out of the mess and make it seem easy. Brady, Brees, Manning, Roethlisberger, Rodgers, all make something out of nothing.

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    [QUOTE=jetrider;4297594]I never bought into the OL being great.

    It was an illusion created by Leon and TJ, and with TRich's lead blocking.

    When Sanchez came aboard he was running for his life from day one. Everyone wrote it off as a rookie's lack of experience.

    What didn't fool me was the consistently sloppy pocket that would close like a clamshell as soon as Mark dropped back.

    If you tuned out the hype and watched them play, it was pretty darn glaring.[/QUOTE]

    An illusion createt by Leon and TJ? WOW just WOW.
    The foolishness on this site lives on.
    Thanks for the laugh. :D

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    Whaddya think of my Wayne Hunter doors I got from Home Depot?

    [IMG]http://img.ehowcdn.com/article-page-main/ehow/images/a04/7r/qj/install-swinging-door-hardware-800x800.jpg[/IMG]

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    [QUOTE=JetsCrazey;4297609]truth be told, every offensive line in the NFL is like that.

    It's more the QB than the o-line that makes the difference

    The great offenses have QBs with great pocket awareness and footwork to shuffle out of the mess and make it seem easy. Brady, Brees, Manning, Roethlisberger, Rodgers, all make something out of nothing.[/QUOTE]

    Ben, yes. The others, no.

    Brady, Manning especially would throw hissy fits if they got nicked.

    None of them are themselves with poor protection.

    Saints give Brees picture-perfect pockets more often than not. Like I mentioned earlier, he had a streak recently of 125 pass attempts without a sack. And Brees isn't particularly known for his scrambling.

    Sanchez has decent mobility and definitely uses it. It's a matter of life.

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    It doesn't help our OLine when the defense knows if we are running or passing. Given the lack of innovation and in game adjustments, the defense has a huge advantage due to our moron OC's play calling and formations.

    I really can't wait to see a new offense here...its been a long 6 years.

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    whoa whoa what do you mean its our oline?!
    you guys sure its not sanchez?!?


    hahaha our oline is terrible
    tuck and jpp make da'brick look like a rookie
    abused him
    our all pro LT

    god forbid we kept an extra TE or RB to help chip...

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    i honestly need no further proof....i've seen all i need to..our oline is the root cause of our offensive struggles, exacerbated by schotty.

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    [QUOTE=JetsCrazey;4297609]truth be told, every offensive line in the NFL is like that.

    It's more the QB than the o-line that makes the difference

    The great offenses have QBs with great pocket awareness and footwork to shuffle out of the mess and make it seem easy. Brady, Brees, Manning, Roethlisberger, Rodgers, all make something out of nothing.[/QUOTE]

    i COMPLETELY disagree with this.

    Big Ben is different in terms of pocket protection.

    but you put Brady, Brees, Manning and even Rodgers behind this oline and they will struggle.

    and it's not even up for debate IMO. we've seen almost all of the above QB's and almost every great QB look like crap when the oline dips.

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    [QUOTE=chesapeakejet;4297615]Whaddya think of my Wayne Hunter doors I got from Home Depot?

    [IMG]http://img.ehowcdn.com/article-page-main/ehow/images/a04/7r/qj/install-swinging-door-hardware-800x800.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]

    they're awesome....except on top of that, they should be propped open permanently.

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    [QUOTE=jetrider;4297594]I never bought into the OL being great.

    It was an illusion created by Leon and TJ, and with TRich's lead blocking.

    When Sanchez came aboard he was running for his life from day one. Everyone wrote it off as a rookie's lack of experience.

    What didn't fool me was the consistently sloppy pocket that would close like a clamshell as soon as Mark dropped back.

    If you tuned out the hype and watched them play, it was pretty darn glaring.[/QUOTE]

    Worst post ever on this site. And that is saying something.

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    [QUOTE=nuu faaola;4297758]Worst post ever on this site. And that is saying something.[/QUOTE]


    Yeah, that's what was said in Oct when we were 3-3 and I blamed the OL.

    And just like before, you criticize without presenting any facts or argument.

    Go away.

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