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";i:5;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:7:"#ff0000";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:15:"[COLOR=#ff0000]";i:1;s:8:"[/COLOR]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:70:"This is NOT evidence that offensive lines aren't vital in today's NFL.";}}i:6;s:197:" The common denominator for all nine of those champions - New England, Pittsburgh and the New York Giants twice, Indianapolis, New Orleans and Green Bay each once - was superlative quarterbacking. 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They're tough-minded people, eager for challenges and the next opponent no matter who it is. It's also not a sure thing that it will work. ";i:15;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:7:"#ff0000";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:15:"[COLOR=#ff0000]";i:1;s:8:"[/COLOR]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:57:"The offensive line was "working" before Bulaga was hurt? ";}}i:16;s:247:"It isn't difficult to foresee a scenario in which both players get beat too often in pass protection and the inside running game, with Dietrich-Smith rather than Lang playing next to center Jeff Saturday, is even less productive than it has been. ";i:17;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:7:"#ff0000";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:15:"[COLOR=#ff0000]";i:1;s:8:"[/COLOR]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:9:"It isn't.";}}i:18;s:602:" But, if a team has to embark upon a title run without its capable right tackle, this is the era in which to be doing it. Offensive lines just aren't as important as they once were. It's also easier to play tackle, guard or center now than it was before every rule change known to man was instituted favoring the offense. Last week, several personnel men and assistant coaches were asked to name what they considered the best offensive lines in the National Football League. San Francisco emerged as the popular choice even though the 49ers entered the week ranked last in percentage of sacks allowed. ";i:19;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:7:"#ff0000";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:15:"[COLOR=#ff0000]";i:1;s:8:"[/COLOR]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:47:"Again, not evidence that line play isn't vital.";}}i:20;s:139:" Tampa Bay, even with Pro Bowl guards Davin Joseph and Carl Nicks on injured reserve, gained some mention. So did Houston and New England. 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Two scouts said it was more difficult to find a worthwhile offensive lineman, particularly a tackle, than any other position. ";i:25;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"color";s:6:"option";s:7:"#ff0000";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:15:"[COLOR=#ff0000]";i:1;s:8:"[/COLOR]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:23:"(See previous comment.)";}}i:26;s:447:" In the last month, NFL teams have added 19 offensive linemen to their 53-man rosters. Nine came from their own practice squads, one from an opposing practice squad and nine from the street. "Most of them are older guys that have been hurt, retreads or young guys that are unproven," the personnel director said. 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He had found a home at left guard and earned a big contract, and now it's back to tackle where he started 36 games at Eastern Michigan but just four games for the Packers. To succeed outside, Lang will need to rely on every ounce of his competitiveness. His arm length of 32 1/8 inches (Marshall Newhouse has 34), well below the 34-inch average of tackles at the combine in 2009 when he was drafted, is better suited for inside. His athleticism is more appropriate for guard, too. "I think if their offense was a lot of five-step drop and heavy reading, I think you would be more concerned," an NFC North scout said. "But I like the way Lang plays. He's not a mean guy or a mauler. He's a technician. "Those are two different positions: left guard and right tackle. If they continue to win with him, he could easily be their MVP. Because you don't get people who can do the things he can do." 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  128. library/sonnb/XenGallery/XenForo/BbCode/Formatter/Base.php
  129. library/EWRporta2/BbCode/Formatter.php
  130. library/XenForo/ViewPublic/Helper/Message.php
  131. library/XenForo/BbCode/TextWrapper.php
  132. library/WhoHasVisited/Listener.php
  133. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Members.php
  134. library/bdTagMe/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Members.php
  135. library/Dark/TaigaChat/EventListener/NavigationTabs.php
  136. library/EWRporta2/Listener/NavTabs.php
  137. library/XenForo/Template/FileHandler.php
  138. library/XenForo/Helper/File.php
  139. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,thread_view.php
  140. library/SeparateStickyAndNormal/Listener.php
  141. library/EWRporta2/Listener/Template.php
  142. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,ignore_thread_tool.php
  143. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,page_nav.php
  144. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Posts.php
  145. library/XenForo/Model/Avatar.php
  146. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,dark_postrating_message_user_info.php
  147. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,dark_postrating.php
  148. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,bb_code_tag_quote.php
  149. library/XenForo/Helper/Criteria.php
  150. library/XenForo/Debug.php
  151. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,PAGE_CONTAINER.php
  152. library/FreePro/Helper.php
  153. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,EWRporta2_Navtabs.php
  154. library/XenForo/ViewRenderer/Json.php