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Thread: FF Index ranks the NFL's offensive lines:

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    FF Index ranks the NFL's offensive lines:

    Offensive Line Rankings for 2003 (starters) :

    1.St Louis

    2.Kansas City

    3. Minnesota

    4.Washington

    5.Philadelphia

    6.Cincinnati

    7.Buffalo

    8.Seattle

    9.San Francisco

    10.Denver

    11. Indy

    12.Oakland

    13.Pittsburgh

    14.Arizona

    15.Green Bay

    16.New York Jets

    17.Carolina

    18.New England

    19.Baltimore

    20.Tenessee

    21.Dallas

    22.Atlanta

    23. Miami

    24.Chicago

    25.Tampa Bay

    26.Jacksonville

    27.Cleveland

    28. NY Giants

    29.San Diego

    30.New Orleans

    31.Detroit

    32.Houston



    AFC East Rankings

    1.Buffalo
    2.NY Jets
    3.New England
    4.Miami
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    It should read:

    Buffalo
    Miami
    NY
    NE



    but hey, our OL don't suck so bad after-all huh?!
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    Originally posted by MOULDSROCKS
    It should read:

    Buffalo
    Miami
    NY
    NE

    I'll agree with that.
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    Miami at 23 is ludicrous
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    If they ranked OL's for depth as well, 23rd may be appropriate. At this point, Miami doesn't have a solid #6. McKinney could be that guy but that remains to be seen after only a few games in the trenches.
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    Bills offensive line results for last year:


    Rushing

    24th in total rushing yards, 19th in yards per carry.



    Pass Protection

    31st with 54 sacks
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    Dude, get a frickin clue..........I've got stats for ya........

    Leading rusher
    Leading sacker
    AFC #1 D

    That got ya NADA!!!!!!!

    Stats do NOT tell the whole story
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    Originally posted by clumpedplatelet
    Dude, get a frickin clue..........I've got stats for ya........

    Leading rusher
    Leading sacker
    AFC #1 D

    That got ya NADA!!!!!!!

    Stats do NOT tell the whole story
    Try to stay on topic Clumpy.

    What do any of the stats have to do with the Bills offensive line?

    You had no reply to my post so you figured a mindless attack of the Dolphins was as good as a defense of the Bills?

    What should I reply to that? 0-4 SB?, 37-20 overall?

    Your arguments are pathetic.

    I have posted the statistics that should be used in evaluating an offensive line. Can you use more than merely statistics in evaluating an offensive line? Certainly.

    However, Buffalo's offensive line statistics were very poor. That would lead a reasonable person to conclude that their line was not good
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    My point is that you can post stats and it doesn't tell the whole story. Why? Case in point, Miami Dolphins in 2002 as stated above.

    However on topic, in 2002, LT Jennings, C Teague, RG Sullivan, and even RT Mike Williams were ALL playing new positions. In 2001, Jennings was our RT, Teague was a LT in Denver, Sullivan was a reserve OT for us and Mike Williams was playing LT at Univ. of Texas. By the end of the season, our OL began gellin' like a felon and Henry ran up and down the field against your D. This is now 2003 and it wasn't a Bills fan who ranked the OL's, but the ranking as it stands, for starters, isn't totally inaccurate, yes, the Fins starting OL should be higher but how much.....no higher than 15,..........but I have no doubt that if the same people ranked the Fins at #7 and the Bills at #23, y'all would be calling them the best thing since sliced bread.
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    Originally posted by clumpedplatelet
    My point is that you can post stats and it doesn't tell the whole story. Why? Case in point, Miami Dolphins in 2002 as stated above.

    However on topic, in 2002, LT Jennings, C Teague, RG Sullivan, and even RT Mike Williams were ALL playing new positions. In 2001, Jennings was our RT, Teague was a LT in Denver, Sullivan was a reserve OT for us and Mike Williams was playing LT at Univ. of Texas. By the end of the season, our OL began gellin' like a felon and Henry ran up and down the field against your D. This is now 2003 and it wasn't a Bills fan who ranked the OL's, but the ranking as it stands, for starters, isn't totally inaccurate, yes, the Fins starting OL should be higher but how much.....no higher than 15,..........but I have no doubt that if the same people ranked the Fins at #7 and the Bills at #23, y'all would be calling them the best thing since sliced bread.
    Uhh...highly doubtful, because I usually do not care what a fantasy football publication says.

    Notice that I did not comment on the dolphins rankings.

    I don't care.

    I know of their successes in rushing and in pass protection and I know their limitations, primarily depth.

    Whether, this publication ranked them 1st or 32nd would not concern me at all.

    However, it is laughable that Bills fans completely discard their line's horrendous performance of last year and blindly place their trust in the "FF Index"

    Good luck to you
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