Well, the Texans line since they came into the league is one of the benchmarks...this line is not on pace to give up anywhere near 70+ sacks.
The Browns line before this year have always been bad.
The line here with Kipp Vickers and a rookie Bennie Anderson on the right side when Elvis was here was worse.
The line here with Ethan Brooks during the year Blake was here was bad.
The Bengals lines when they had David Klinger and Akili Smith was terrible.
Those are just the ones off the top of my head.
This line isn't good, but This is FAR from the worst I've ever seen.
whats the chance of the network switching to the denver/chicago game?
Worst losing streak in team history. We have some real serious issues.
Man, 4-7. Just keeps getting worse :(
The talent is there on the offensive line, I just think they need to mature a bit.
Get rid of Flynn, wave farewell to JO who is probably gona retire and we'll have this offseason to get the young bucks ready.
AFCN wooden spoon here we come.
How far has this team fallen? Was last year a smoke screen?
Its all about heart now to see who keeps fighting. Not that we have much of any type of punch.
Just when you thought this nightmare could not get any worse.Now playing at home theatre near you.PAT's and COLTS next up.
If we compared Boller and Brady to Superhero's, then Brady would be Captain America and Boller would be,ermmm, Captain Caveman.
With that Offensive Line (and I do mean OFFENSIVE) could anyone do better?
I think not.
That line SUCKED OUT LOUD!!!!!
I still feel Boller has tons of upside, but you're never going to realize it with a crummy o-line and one really good possesion receiver.
BTW, can I at least get credit for one thing. I have been saying for years that Moss made Culpepper look a hundred times better than he actually is. Moss made a bad QB look like a pro-bowler. He's now making a great QB look like God in clete shoes.
Manning has traditionally had a great line. It has taken a hit this year with injuries and whatnot. Really tough to say who would be better between the two of them in the same system.