View Full Version : Allright you Foster Huggers: Here are OL Rankings
07-15-2005, 05:50 AM
2005 player ratings: Offensive linemen
07-15-2005, 06:03 AM
Willie Anderson? Shane Olivea? These guys make the top 25 and Matt Lepsis who's paved the way for multiple 1000 yard rushers and switched from RT to LT seamlessly is not even mentioned? Not even in the top 25?
What a joke. Lepsis may have been one of the best blockers on the move and gets faster to the second level than any other tackle out there.
Only Tom Nalen makes it on the list as the 9th rank C and no mention of any other Bronco.
Our entire OL gives up 15 sacks this season and puts a no name RB on the map in Droughs and this joker meanwhile is gushing over Toni Funoti.
Only one Falcon made it there as well. The writer must have a serious
anti-Alex Gibbs hard on.
07-15-2005, 06:08 AM
Wow, are oline must real suck or the writer has thing for slow Unathletic fat men.
Jason in LA
07-15-2005, 07:58 AM
I've been saying if for a long time now. The media doesn't want to give any individual any credit for what's been going on over the past ten years in Denver. It's not the RBs, it's the O line. When it's time to give the O line credit, the only one that ever has gotten mentioned is Nalan, and he doesn't get the credit he deserves. People love to say that it's just the system. The system is great, but you can't just throw anybody out there on the O line or at RB and expect great results. The Broncos have had a few turds, and they quickly replaced them with good players. Even in a great system there needs to be special individuals to make it work. Lepsis and Hamilton haven't been getting the credit that they deserve. Foster should have been mentioned as an "on the rise" player. How can a line be ranked 4th in rushing, and 3rd in sacks given up, and not get any credit? This is BS.
07-15-2005, 09:39 AM
I thought this was going to be about Australian beer loving...