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O line Sucks!

Originally posted by B650:
Staley has been playing like crap this year. Chilo is pretty bad too, but he's young so he has an excuse.

Staley has never lived up to his 1st round status. He's been above average at times but isn't the great OL pickup the team thought it got.
Staley hasn't been solid, but he sure hasn't been crap. Snyder, Chilo, have been crap;
at times Baas, then Staley and Heitmann. You know what you have with Staley and Heitmann, two guys that rely more on technique, than strength; they haven't really beaten their guy, but they haven't been beaten that much either.

Snyder has been the weak link in this OL, he gets beat too often, Chilo just has mental lapses, he is still raw talent. (but can become a solid guard)

Baas has been playing better as of late, but I don't believe he's our future LG.

Staley - Mankins - Heitmann - Chilo - Draft Pick / 2010 OL.
Originally posted by taney71:
Originally posted by B650:
Staley has been playing like crap this year. Chilo is pretty bad too, but he's young so he has an excuse.

Staley has never lived up to his 1st round status. He's been above average at times but isn't the great OL pickup the team thought it got.


Disagree on Staley. He's improved each year he's been here. Through seven starts this season his numbers were right there with the likes of Joe Thomas, Ryan Clady and Michael Oher in terms of sacks allowed and penalties. He's living up to his #28 status.

http://sports.cbs2chicago.com/fb/findplayer.asp?type=position&position=95
Originally posted by taney71:
Originally posted by B650:
Staley has been playing like crap this year. Chilo is pretty bad too, but he's young so he has an excuse.

Staley has never lived up to his 1st round status. He's been above average at times but isn't the great OL pickup the team thought it got.


Disagree on Staley. He's improved each year he's been here. Through seven starts this season his numbers were right there with the likes of Joe Thomas, Ryan Clady and Michael Oher in terms of sacks allowed and penalties. He's living up to his #28 status.

http://sports.cbs2chicago.com/fb/findplayer.asp?type=position&position=95