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I totally agree, Our Oline SUCKED! Like we were playing a road game. Something definitely needs to be done to straighten these fools out. Sen them to the hill with weights attached to thier back until they PUKE!
Originally posted by wysiwyg: We need work picking up on blintzes
Well, the O-line is one thing, but if you're going to be picking up the blintzes, make mine some cheese, and maybe some cherry.
If you're talking about blitzes, then yeah, the O-line definitely needs some help. Personally, I think it's more scheme than personnel, but then we have other coaching issues as well, like trying to cram the ball running into a packed defense. I'd like to be able to credit the coaching staff with figuring it out by next week, so we have a more open and unpredictable offense. We'll see.
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