Yeah. For years they've done a pitiful job finding offensive lineman and now they're trying to compensate for it. They aren't neglecting it now and I think they're on the right track. We just have to be patient. BTW, since 2002, Dallas has 3 more offensive line picks than NE (17 vs 14). And if I counted correctly, we haven't had many more picks than them and overall we draft lineman at a higher percentage then NE as well. New England has only spent 3 picks on OL in the 3rd round or better. Dallas has spent 7 on OL 3rd round or better. I'll admit we could have done a better job and drafted more than that, but the biggest reason our OL sucks is that we didn't hit on the lineman we've drafted in the past-- not because of our commitment. Edit: Also, if the trend doesn't continue, I'll probably be back on to bashing the organization for lack of effort. But right now it seems like they're making the right moves. We're just trying to dig ourselves out of a hole and it's going to be a tough go.