Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Steelers' Offensive Line Considered 'Average'

Every so often QB Ben Roethlisberger sings the praises of his offensive line, referring to them as the 'best line in the NFL' (or something to that effect). But Steelers fans know nothing could be further from the truth, and a new "O-Line Ranking" in Pro Football Weekly—ranking the NFL's offensive lines 1-32—would seem to confirm this. For what it's worth, the Steelers are rated as the NFL's 14th-best line. In case you're wondering, the Bengals are 10th, the Ravens 12th, and the Browns 24th. Click here to view the entire list.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous rob d'orman said...

i have never liked allan whaaanica. he is a major cry baby and a detriment to the team. the steelers are the most storied team in the league .to have a nobody like whaaanica say "all that i have done for this team " is an insult. he should have said "all that this franchise has done for him".you see whaaanica the steelers are bigger than allan whaaanica. they have been around longer than your grand dad. you are a joke and i hope you sign with the raiders,or better yet the browns. theres a quality team...

7:42 AM  
Blogger Vaughn said...

Right. Allan is a re-do of Barry Bonds ("I'm more important than the team.") See ya Whaaanica!

11:04 AM  

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