I think if our O-line can get healthy and stay healthy they are going to get it together. We have an all-pro center, a pro bowl left tackle, and the rest of the starters have played well enough for me to say they aren't bad by any means.
Our last game against Houston shouldn't be any indicator of how the unit is playing. 3 starters were out and a fourth wasn't playing his normal position. That leaves JR Seezy as the lone starter in his natural position, and not only is he the youngest and still a bit raw (played DL in college, not sure if he even has 10 starts in his career), he was up against JJ Watt for much of the game.
There are also positives like Breno getting better at his penalties this year. Not only is he not causing penalties, he's actually drawing them on the defense in key situations. Unger has made mistakes but you know he's gonna get it together. Carp...I don't know...
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