Am I the only one NOT worried about the OL 2 months later?

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by dcstands4, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

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    Define decent.

    The guards have been so bad that, Free, who has never played guard and was a crappy tackle last year, got moved to guard to be replaced by a guy who missed the entire training camp. How is that not concerning? Our best guard has a degenerative knee, and has a possibly unrelated injury on top of that. Our second best guard, Livings, is hurt and could very well end up on IR.

    We still havent run the ball consistently, and Romo has already been sacked on plays where guys were virtually untouched. Hard to feel good about this OL at all.
  2. EGG

    EGG Well-Known Member

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    People ludicrously defending their long-held positions has become normal reading here, but every now and then I read something more shocking than before. After clamoring endlessly for OL help the Jones' throw us a bone with the Smith and Fred picks, and most anybody with a brain is happy about that concession, but there shouldn't be any calm derived from that alone. The list of historically injured and sub-pars still holding OL roster spots should have you concerned instead of whistling through the graveyard!

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