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#PackersDaily: Can the O-Line Hold Up?

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Ryan B Dub's picture

Survey says no. Anything is possible in this NFL. So we will wait and see.

The TKstinator's picture

I’d take away the very last word of the headline and then answer “yes”!

GBPDAN1's picture

BG needs to beef up the O-line in the off season. This will get our offense going again as Rodgers will be protected and running lanes will improve

Hawg Hanner's picture

There will be at least two solid OL guys that will be able to contribute as rookies in 2nd and third round. Think you still need Brian Bulaga to play and get spelled. Spriggs looks like he isn't going to cut it. He has two games left to earn a roster spot next camp.

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The TKstinator's picture

See above.

Lare's picture

The good news is that Lane Taylor's ankle might be healed up enough for him to play against the Bears. The bad news is that Lane Taylor's ankle might be healed up enough for him to play against the Bears.

LeotisHarris's picture

LaneTaylorsAnkle would be a great screen name.

Point Packer's picture

Even when healthy this offensive line was awful. Sans Bahk and Linsley and when Bulaga can stay on the field (rarely), you have two below average guards and the scrap heap that is backup RT. Needs for next year include three new starting O-lineman. Good luck with that.

Was J Evans ever considered? If not, huge slip up from Gute.

Lare's picture

Jahri Evans played well early last season but really struggled at the end. He's been a free agent all year and no team (including the Packers) have given him a call, and at 35 his career is undoubtedly over.

The TKstinator's picture

Maybe two linemen, but I think three o-linemen in one off season is an awful lot.

Lare's picture

Maybe. With the right coaching, one new starter may already be on the roster (Pankey, Patrick, Murphy, Light, de Beer, Siragusa) possibly Madison if he ever gets his head on straight. Then you have trades and free agency.

Regardless, they need a huge overhaul of the OL before they can expect to be playoff or SB contenders again.

KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

The only chance is up tempo offense, quick passes, screens, slants, and getting the running game going.

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