Didn't want to sound so dire as to title this thread fire James Campen, etc. I am looking for those who constantly defend the continued employment of the offensive line coach and or the zone blocking scheme to justify how they come to this conclusion. If the proof is in the pudding, where is the historical success of this scheme, coach, etc., when it comes to the Packers in 2012, since employed under McCarthy's watch and going forward! The line is 5th worst in protecting Aaron Rodgers from sack in 2012. Given up the 8th most QB hits in the league. It has been 37 games since Green Bay has had a 100 yard rusher. Against the Giants, offensive line can't even be relied on to attempt a 4th down and inches. This link really provides the numbers which paint a telling picture about how bad our offensive line is. http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/ol Something has got to give. Our franchise QB is turning 29 in ONE WEEK, the organization is relying on the potent weapons at QB and WR to carry the load, when they could beef up the overall offense by making the tough choice and switch o-line coach and or zone blocking scheme. The immediate and near future are far from positive. Something should get done.