Some posters say all the problems come from a terrible OL. Others say the OL isn't that bad, that it is the offensive philosophy of Sing.
It does seem the OL does well when the defenses are spread out. When in the traditional Sing offense, they appear to have more guys to block than there are blockers, and of course there is no deception to confuse them.
Is there any line in the NFL which could successfully run Sing's system agains the better teams?
So, you ex-linemen and actual experts on line play, what is it really? (Please, no responses from those who have no actual experience or expertise at a reasonably high level).