Can playcalling make up for a bad OL? If you have an offensive line that is suspect. . . not opening holes for the running game . . . or not giving the quarterback enough time to throw . . . is there any type of game plan or plays that can be called to take a bad offensive line out of the picture? I'm asking this because there is a general attitude among many that Chris Palmer's playcalling is what's wrong with the team . . . and yet it is also accepted that the offensive line is what's wrong. Are the two connected? Let me know what you think.