Tra, by any other name, serves role well
Fort Huachuca, AZ
#1 Jun 19, 2007
Thomas is 100% correct. All too often the O-line is over looked. "Skill" players are glorified and put on cereal boxes. Without a solid O-line there is no scoring. Case in point, Detroit Lins during the Barry Sanders years. Barry was great, but had to run 50 yards to pick up a 20 yard gain. The O-line just wasn't solid. By contrast the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots can put anyone in the backfield and be successful, wether at QB or RB. O-lineman are the unsung heroes of any championship team at any level. And they should start getting the respect and praise that they deserve!!
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