Cleveland Browns’ Offensive Line: Spotlighting the Men in the Trenches

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone loves offense, however, one of the most forgotten areas of the offense is also one of the most important, the offensive line.
The O-line is as important to a team as any other area, because without blocking,  there is nothing since defenses will have a field day, as seen in past teams with bad lines, like in 1999 when poor Tim Couch had one in front of him.
At least now in 2010, the Cleveland Browns have a solid O-line. Yes, they had some issues on the right side in the first half of the 2009 season, but they got better after moving a few guys around.
After making three additions to the line with right tackle Tony Pashos, center Eric Ghiaciuc, and rookie tackle/guard Shawn Lauvao, the Browns look to be better off this season than is the past, especially with a new sense of depth on the line.
Obviously, left tackle and three-time Pro Bowler Joe Thomas is the rock of the group with left guard Eric Steinbach, his partner in crime, right next to him.

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