Originally Posted by Risen Star
Replacing one of the most respected OL coaches in the business.
Not an upgrade. Does nothing to fix the situation. That was my point.
I agree. Houck did a fine job coaching Tyron and it proved a point to me. A coach is only as good as the talent that he has to work with. It is notvasvsimple as getting a big guy and coaching him up as some posters think. The sad thing about this line situation is that the team and fans will forget about how bad they are when draft time rolls around. You will hear the same comments about linemen not being worth early picks and you can always get good linemen in the late rounds. I don't care who the coach is if some quality linemen are not drafted they will fail.