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Old 03-07-2013   #57
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Default Re: Eric Winston released by Chiefs

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Originally Posted by tru80texan View Post
They were more then "fine". The o-line w/ Briesel & Winston were considered one of the best in the NFL. Those 2 leave & o-line takes a step back in both pass protection & run blocking & yet we have some who foolishly insist that somehow one of the best o-lines improved despite the production saying otherwise. Just another classic example of "bash the ex-Texan because they moved on" silliness. The current o-line has potential, but havent proven much just yet. The former o-line proved they were one of the best to many.
Yes they were more than fine WITH Mike Briseil. Without him they collapsed on the right side. When he came back in the playoffs they dominated. Yet for some reason you give all the credit to Winston and none to Mike Briseil. I was just asking why. So, why?
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