The Importance of the Offensive Line

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I’ve said it before…I’ll say it again.  Give any NFL quarterback enough time to throw, and a couple of decent receivers, and he’ll find a way to complete lots of passes and become an offensive force.

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  • Leeskicitizen

    I’m glad you wrote this article. I’m not placing myself in any comparison with you, but I’ve been posting these same thoughts for three years, and especially at the end of the last season before the lockout ended. I implored the Cardinals organization (through their website blogs, the AZCENTAL.com articles and blogs, and through the Bleacher Report blogs that the number one priority for the Cardinals should be to dedicate themselves to a quality offensive line and make themselves a destination point for quality offensive linemen. I’ve asked Michael Bidwill to take charge and fire Russ Grimm, the class individual he is, because coach Wizenhut won’t.

    We could win with John Skelton if our offensive line were effective, but we now have two rookie quarterbacks who need an o-line to develop properly.

  • Leeskicitizen

    I’m glad you wrote this article. I’m not placing myself in any comparison with you, but I’ve been posting these same thoughts for three years, and especially at the end of the last season before the lockout ended. I implored the Cardinals organization (through their website blogs, the AZCENTAL.com articles and blogs, and through the Bleacher Report blogs that the number one priority for the Cardinals should be to dedicate themselves to a quality offensive line and make themselves a destination point for quality offensive linemen. I’ve asked Michael Bidwill to take charge and fire Russ Grimm, the class individual he is, because coach Wizenhut won’t.

    We could win with John Skelton if our offensive line were effective, but we now have two rookie quarterbacks who need an o-line to develop properly.