Is it just me, or has anyone else though that the current style of pass blocking used by all teams is a bad idea? After watching lots of game this weekend I am starting to think the take 2 or 3 steps back and form a pocket is actually counter productive to good pass blocking. Every team seems to have such trouble pass blocking and as a fan I am getting real tired of all the false start flags which occur almost exclusively on passing plays. The problem as I see it is you have 350 lb guys trying to block 250 lb guys who just run around them. The O-lineman take two or three steps backwards giving up ground, the momentum is all in favor of the quicker, smaller more agile D-lineman. I say take advantage of the strength and size and start with a step forward and initiate the contact, hit the D-lineman then form the more traditional straight up pass blocking but more likely only a yard or two back of the line not 5 yards back? It also might make pass plays less obvious for a spit second giving the Offense even more of an advatage. What do you think? Am I on to something or should I drink more beer while watching football?