Has anyone who has watched football for any length of time seen an offensive line so remarkably good at one thing and so bad at another? The Texans line can open holes for DD, Morency, or Wells, actually get good push and move the defensive line around, and yet still not able to pass protect long enough to allow downfield passing routes to develop. (If I never see another quick hitch for the rest of my life, I wouldn't complain.) On the surface, ir appears that the linemen are physically strong enough, or should I say . . talented physically for running plays, but are lacking the talent upstairs to "execute"()the protections on passing downs. Every team shuffles its lineup throughout the season, and it's got to be more than just coaching. But after watching the Bears/Falcons game last night, I'm beginning to believe the problem lies with neither with the line, or the coaching. I watched Kyle Orton (a rookie 4th rounder, btw) do some things that reminded me of another QB of another team . . holding onto the ball, pocket awareness, etc, that made the offensive line looking real bad. Then, in the 2nd half, Rex Grossman comes in at QB, and all of a sudden, the OL plays pretty good. I gotta stop. I think I just got depressed.