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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by MileHighInNY View Post
    And don't forget the best offensive line coach in recent NFL history.
    Dante Scarnecchia, Bill Callahan and Tom Cable are in the conversation as well.
    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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    Quote Originally Posted by MileHighInNY View Post
    And don't forget the best offensive line coach in recent NFL history.
    Quote Originally Posted by samparnell View Post
    Dante Scarnecchia, Bill Callahan and Tom Cable are in the conversation as well.
    The beauty in that is the feeling that things are going to be fixed. We know thereís no pixie dust that will make sweeping overnight changes. But great coaches know how to overcome obstacles and correct on the fly. We have a great mix of old wisdom and youthful ideas on the coaching staff as a whole. I just donít feel the level of arrogance/ignorance that was here in seasons past will be an issue.

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    O Line with FA and now Risner and the best OL coach in the league may just be a strength this year..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltySnipes View Post
    O Line with FA and now Risner and the best OL coach in the league may just be a strength this year..
    Starters look good. Hope some good depth can be developed during preseason. If anyone can do it, Munchak and Kuper can.
    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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    Quote Originally Posted by samparnell View Post
    Starters look good. Hope some good depth can be developed during preseason. If anyone can do it, Munchak and Kuper can.
    Thankfully, we did gain some depth over what we had last year, but I agree. With our injury luck the past few years, it would be nice to have some solid depth to fall back on.


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    Looks like Veldheer has resigned with the Broncos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jflee66 View Post
    Looks like Veldheer has resigned with the Broncos.
    Source? Everything i'm reading says he's signing with the patriots.


    *Edit* Yea, he's a patriot now...Your information is incorrect.

    https://www.rotoworld.com/football/n...dlines/9020541

    Another $3 million is available through incentives. Veldheer is another body for a team adjusting to life without LT Trent Brown. Ineffective and injury prone for some time now, Veldheer would be a poor option on the blindside, though he will provide experienced depth if neither 2018 first-round injury washout Isaiah Wynn (Achilles') nor RT Marcus Cannon are up to the challenge. Veldheer's money suggests that starting is not completely out of the question. Third-round rookie Yodny Cajuste is also in the house.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    Source? Everything i'm reading says he's signing with the patriots.


    *Edit* Yea, he's a patriot now...Your information is incorrect.

    https://www.rotoworld.com/football/n...dlines/9020541
    Too bad. Veldheer would have been a terrific game day Swing Tackle. Also unfortunate Denver couldn't re-sign Billy Turner.

    Starters look good: Bolles - Leary - McGovern - Risner - James

    After that : Wilkinson (seven starts at RG last year); Barclay (didn't play last year); Brendel (IR then three starts then IR last year); Jones (rookie 6th round pick active five games last year); Rodgers (PS with seven teams during the past four years)

    Then there are three undrafted rookie Tackles, one UDFA C, Schlottmann and Falah.

    Sixteen guys. Let's see what Munchak and Kuper can do with them.
    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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    Wilkinson should be in the mention for a swing tackle i feel he looked good expecially taking he was transistioning inside from tackle in college.

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    latavis murray trade bait

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    [QUOTE=Freyaka;5811933]Source? Everything i'm reading says he's signing with the patriots.


    *Edit* Yea, he's a patriot now...Your information is incorrect.
    Well ok, my mistake. Don't know how I read the article wrong, but I did. Thanks for the correction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jflee66 View Post
    Well ok, my mistake. Don't know how I read the article wrong, but I did. Thanks for the correction.
    All good man, wish he was still with us, but sadly....He's the enemy now.


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    The line will be top ten no matter whos out there. We have Mike Munchie! I still can't believe ol Johnny boy reeled him in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayArea Bronco View Post
    The line will be top ten no matter whos out there. We have Mike Munchie! I still can't believe ol Johnny boy reeled him in!
    that feels like a super bold statement with how bad our o-line has been. we also need some of our players to take better to coaching(bolles)

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    Season Run Block Pass Block Adj. Line Yards Sacks Allowed Adj. Sack Rate
    With Munchak 2014-2018 8th 6th 4.33 27 4.80%
    Without Munchak 2009-2013 17th 21st 3.99 43 7.60%
    Whatís most impressive is that itís going on seven years since the Steelers spent higher than a 3rd round pick on an offensive lineman. Munchak is such an expert at his craft that he can find players late in the draft or in free agency who he can coach up and turn into solid NFL starters (or even Pro Bowlers).
    Stay positive guys, we have the best I line coach in the world.
    Last edited by BayArea Bronco; 05-12-2019 at 03:57 AM. Reason: Addition

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    Sorry I don't know how to set up a link yet so I pasted a snip from an article. The bottom line is Mike has had a top ten line where ever hes been. So I do expect that here. Am I really being so bold.
    I will addmit I am a very positive person.

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