Chad says its his fault. Carson says its penalties. Cedric says its a lack of an identity. Whatever the problem is with the offense and the “frustration” its caused, there is no shortage of opinions from the team.
The latest player to add their proverbial two cents is Terrell Owens. Rather than take the high road and set the blame on himself or keep it ambiguous and team-related, T.O. simply said what many have been thinking:
Its the O-line’s fault.
“I’ve been open on a number of routes, and for whatever reason, there’s always been some kind of breakdown with protection, or Carson has to come out of the pocket, or he’s rushed. It’s one of those things where it’s frustrating (there’s that word again!) for myself, but I’ve got to keep plugging away. I’m not going to gripe.”
As I pointed out earlier this week, there’s no clear-cut answer, but a helluva lot of theories. I tend to agree with everybody, but whatever it is, they better get it fixed fast before they start losing to teams like Cleveland, and they start self-destructing.
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