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Thread: Offensive Line Problems

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    The article and statistics fail to point out we've faced some of the best defenses in the league so far in Miami (#1 rush defense), SF (#3 total yards, #4 points allowed), and Pitt (#5 total yards, #8 in points. #2 against the pass). FYI, Houston is #1 scoring and total yards allowed, and #2 pass defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprjet View Post
    The article and statistics fail to point out we've faced some of the best defenses in the league so far in Miami (#1 rush defense), SF (#3 total yards, #4 points allowed), and Pitt (#5 total yards, #8 in points. #2 against the pass). FYI, Houston is #1 scoring and total yards allowed, and #2 pass defense
    and part of the reason these teams are ranked so high is b/c they face the jets, so there's your circular reasoning.

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    I say put Tebow on the line. He's about the size of those guys anyway. Can he play all 5 at the same time and take the snap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    and part of the reason these teams are ranked so high is b/c they face the jets, so there's your circular reasoning.

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    I think there is too much over analysis. Either players are performing week in and week out or they are not and if they are not let's cut the dead weight, free up some cap room and get players who are hungry for a ring.

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    The Jets OLine very much misses Callahan - especially in the design of its running plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    and part of the reason these teams are ranked so high is b/c they face the jets, so there's your circular reasoning.
    Nice try but these were top defenses last season too and projected to be at the top this season so it's not like the standings are skewed

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprjet View Post
    Nice try but these were top defenses last season too and projected to be at the top this season so it's not like the standings are skewed
    But what kind of an excuse is facing top defenses. Every year, you have to face some top defenses. If you can only perform against low ranked defenses, something is wrong in mho.

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