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Video - NFLN - Shaun O'Hara's Top 5 OL Through Week 3

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Kilyin, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. Kilyin

    Kilyin Well-Known Member

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    Surprisingly, the Cowboys aren't on it!


    He did manage to throw a big diss in on the Cowboys regardless, so there is that.

  2. DallasDW00ds0n

    DallasDW00ds0n Well-Known Member

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    lol they always try to take our nickname...

  3. Deep_Freeze

    Deep_Freeze Well-Known Member

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    Some real powerhouse teams on that list, wonder if they all will make the playoffs based on their offensive lines......ok maybe not.
  4. Kilyin

    Kilyin Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't sleep on any of those teams, except maybe the Jaguars. Nobody thought the Giants were a powerhouse last season.
  5. JoeyBoy718

    JoeyBoy718 Well-Known Member

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    I think his reasons for choosing best O-line can be a bit subjective. For example, Vikings were voted #3 because they didn't give up a sack and got 143 yards, but they rushed for an average of 3.6 yards per rush. That isn't very good. Some teams might not run the ball a lot but still give their QB plenty of time to throw. Other teams might not get sacked a lot because they're primarily a running team, but then they don't average much per carry (like the Vikings). I just think it's hard to look at numbers when determining what is a good O-line. Obviously, you want your QB to have time to throw and your RB to have lanes to run, but just looking at numbers can be misleading. That's like just looking at sacks when assessing a pass rusher's ability.

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