In the beginning of the season, I would say, especially in the Tampa, Atlanta, Carolina, and Cincy games, I was really down on our offensive line. It seemed like the same old thing: penalties all over the place. I also firmly believe that winning in football is in the trenches, or at least, if you don't have that, you can't win.
So when I sat down on Sunday to watch the Giants -Vikes game, and heard about Strahan visiting some dude in the hospital who had a brain tumor, and that it fired him up, I was thinking, uh oh, here we do again. Strahan is going to have another HUGE game against us. What else is new.
I think the real news is the GREAT job our O-line did on Sunday !!! Especially Rosenthal vs. Strahan (if I got that matchup right). Ok, Strahan was mostly double-teamed, but I really think one aspect of our winning is that our offensive line has stepped up, big-time.
No doubt, Brad Johnson taking like 4 seconds in the pocket, rather than the 17 that Culpepper did, reduces the time that you have to draw a hold, but still... I think our offensive line is stepping up, big-time. :grin: