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    It was only a matter of time until the O line......



    Got McNair hurt,and it has only taken 5 weeks.GO KYLE.




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Dont look now but Boller is moving this team.

    If he hadnt over thrown Heap on that one bomb he would have 2 TDs.

    If McNair is out for any amount of time look for KB to step up in a big way. (I hope)
    "This year, our attitude when we’re on the field is we’re attacking, we want to put points on the board and then let our defense pin their ears back and have at it."
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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Send help !!!!




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Maybe one day we will learn how to pick up a blitz. I dunno just an idea, maybe something to practice every once in a while.




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Boller can do a lot, he was within 6 inches twice of monster plays. If he can get that timing down with the guys, we'll be able to open things up like the bears have been able to do this year with Grossman.




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    With all the Boller talk, we're missing the big picture. Add Steve McNair to the list of QB casualties we've seen thanks to this Offensive Line.

    How many more QB's are going to get hurt behind this offensive line before Bisciotti begins to demand that Ozzie quit screwing with QB replacements and defensive 1st round draft picks and start taking care of this OL???




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Maybe when Boller goes down and we have Clayton is under center they will realize that as great as your "talent" positions are,if you dont have an OLine you cant use those weapons effectively.

    While Flynn was in his usual midseason form getting driven back 4 yds into the backfield on the play where Mcnair got hurt,Steve stepped to the left and he ran right anto the guy that smoked Jason Brown on the play which is not a good sign for one of our "guard of the future"




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Quote Originally Posted by 52decleetzu View Post
    While Flynn was in his usual midseason form getting driven back 4 yds into the backfield on the play where Mcnair got hurt,Steve stepped to the left and he ran right anto the guy that smoked Jason Brown on the play which is not a good sign for one of our "guard of the future"
    I noticed Flynn getting completely blown up on that play as well. He sucks hairy monkey ass sooooo much......

    FHRaven




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    Re: It was only a matter of time until the O line......

    Ogden, Brown, and Pashos played well for us today on the OL. The problems on this OL are Flynn and Vincent. Those two must go. Jason Brown did get thrown down on one drive by Kris Jenkins, but hey, that's Kris Jenkins. Brown and Ogden opened up some big holes today for Jamal and MA as well as provided good pass protection. Pashos also held up well today although he received a lot of help from Heap and Q-Syp on the right side.

    We must address Center and RG. Why can't Billick just put Chester in at RG? It's time we start playing our best 11 on offense, and not the 11 players to whom Billick is most loyal.
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