The Illusion of the Redskins’ O-Line

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Dan Stalcup in NFL
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As I watched the Redskins-Giants game, I couldn't help but be a bit pleased with the offensive line. Campbell had decent time. The running game wasn't great, but the protection wasn't particularly porous either. I had abysmal expectations and the results ranged from average to good. But still something nagged at me: that any crispness will disappear by the midpoint of the season. It happened last year, and it'll happen again this year. The Redskins' offensive line will play well and convince everyone the team is a contender. Then the veterans will start getting tired and hurt, and the team will quickly fall apart. Take a look at all of the starting linemen, and none of them are bad players. They're just old and injury prone. The team's depth and youth at O-line was the biggest hole on the ...

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