Originally Posted by hutch1254
Romo has been able to perform with a weak Oline. He's been doing it since he took over for Bledsoe. When is he going to get one that allows him to move up from 6-12 to 1-6 QBs in the league? His talent and choice to improve himself allows him to be in the 6-12 conversation.
And this isn't only about the QB being productive behind the line put in front of him. What about the run game? Where is the push that allows the runner to get to the second level? However, it's hard to even have a discussion about the run and Oline when we've only run it 79 times for the year.
I did not say that the Oline was the sole reason for the lack of production of this team. We are still looking for defensive line push and pressure, we're looking for a coach to commit to the run game even when behind in a game as well as other things. But you can't sit here and tell me that the Oline is not the most glaring weakness of this team right now.
[View Full Quote]I saw improvement the last game in regards to penalties. I'm willing to let the coaches show me they can coach up the other areas of this line in regards to pass protection and run push. But if they can't you have two directions to choose from. Is the GM not getting the right players or is the coaching staff not good enough to coach up the talent provided?
He had one we went 13-3 and then lost in the Divisional round of the playoffs best Oline we had. The oline we had against Seattle in his first playoff was solid but Tony was off that day that was far from being on the oline.