Did the Bucs throw away a better offensive line?

by Gary Shelton on December 8, 2014 · 1 comment

in general, Tampa Bay Bucs

If they were going to draw a line in the sand, it was not going to be this one.

This offensive line would not do. Among the very first things decided by new general manager Jason Licht and new coach Lovie Smith was this. The line was a mess of balsa wood and spackling, and by gum, it had to get better. Stronger. Fitter. It had to open holes bigger than a cracked doorway. It had to offer more protection.

But in their haste to fix the offensive line, one question remains.

Was what the Bucs threw away better than what they brought in?

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