As for the old Bucs lines. The 2009 Week 1 game vs Dallas was maybe the most dominant performance I’ve seen a Bucs line put on and they gave them a cumulative below average rating.
I’ve disabused you of this notion before, but I’ll be happy to do it again:
Four out of five OL had average-to-above average grades, with (surprise!) Davin Joseph being the highest rated player on offense. Jeff Faine was the only OL with a below-average grade of 61.6 – which is barely below average. The OL did not have a cumulative below average grade. You are flat out wrong.
Nelson was bad as a rookie and they gave him 2nd team All-Pro. Even in their playoff win he had 2 penalties and a turnover causing pressure and NBC was slurping him. And don’t try to be Desantis and use the word “disabused”.
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