Originally Posted by Alex Smith Fan
agreed. Every position on the oline now is critical. We are in a passing league, and if you dont think that the oline is important. Then why did 8 offensive linemen go in the first round this year. Because its becoming painfully obvious about the has, and has nots on the oline.
Not commenting to you persay because you point was zeroed in, and accurate.
There is nothing wrong with having a dominant oline, and just because its not the sexy pick, or the norm, doesnt mean it was the wrong pick.
What good is an All-World line if you don't have a playmaker at quarterback behind them?
Good o-lines really don't make average QB's better. QB's are defined by their play, good or bad.