Originally Posted by Rey
I purposefully just said better and not a lot better or perfect...
O-line can still play ok and create holes to give more opportunities, but we still have to be able to capitalize on them from the skill positions...There's sometimes where we block it up ok, but fail at the skill positions...Guys are going to get pressure SOMETIMES...
Very true. We've all seen that gaping hole ready for a big gain & Arian slips on a drop of sweat or something. Or a perfect screen set up & Andre slips on something. Or Schaub given time but no receiver is open or they drop the ball on 4th & 3.
Duane Brown said the problem with the OL is that they are all making mistakes at different times, & the plays where they all do their job right are too far between.
At least I think it was Brown who said it. Could have been Wade Smith.