Philadelphia Eagles: Juan Castillo Can Turn Something Out Of Nothing

May 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is one thing that every NFL team must have to become a legitimate playoff contender year in and year out—five brick walls for an offensive line.
No matter how good a quarterback has proved to be or the anticipation of finding out what a rookie prospect can bring to the table, none of that matters unless there are five men in front of him who can stop a flood of jerseys gunning for him.
Over the last decade the Eagles offensive line has become a line of admiration around the NFL.
It has become a unit, led by line coach Juan Castillo, who is considered one of the best in the business, an offensive line known for creating massive holes in the run game and providing ample time in pass protection.
The 2010 season appears to be headed in a good direction with the exception of the injured Jamaal Jackson.
Jamaal endured a season ending ACL injury in the the game against the Denver Broncos that caused him to miss the final two g...

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