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Postby dabearsaregreat » Wed Jul 30, 2008 6:01 pm

How do the Oakland Raiders and Chicago offensive line situations look?
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Re: ***Best offensive line situations for running backs***

Postby treat24 » Wed Jul 30, 2008 6:05 pm

dabearsaregreat wrote:How do the Oakland Raiders and Chicago offensive line situations look?


Oakland, pretty dang good. Chicago, absolutely horrendous.
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Re: ***Best offensive line situations for running backs***

Postby beanoX3 » Thu Jul 31, 2008 7:17 am

treat24 wrote:
dabearsaregreat wrote:How do the Oakland Raiders and Chicago offensive line situations look?


Oakland, pretty dang good. Chicago, absolutely horrendous.

Olin Kreutz is banged up (Achilles). Chris Williams is still nursing a sore back. Some reports out of camp suggest that everyone up for the open LG spot have been actively trying not to win the spot. DTs are regularly getting into the backfield. That part might not be cause for concern if it was Tommie Harris doing it, but it's been guys like Matt Toeaina and rookie Marcus Harrison.

The epic QB battle won't matter much if the Bears can't "come off the bus running" (Lovie seriously needs to drop this saying).
Basically, doom and gloom. :,-(
The cake is a lie.
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