Guess which offensive lineman has given up 0 sacks so far

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  1. Henry Burris

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    Through 521 snaps, best for 12th in the NFL is..............Roberto Garza.

    For the first time in a long time, we have NO offensive lineman ranked as one of the worst in the NFL.


    The bad news for this Sunday is 2 Detroit Lions rank out higher, with more snaps played.

    http://www.footballoutsiders.com/under-pressure/2013/under-pressure-midseason-sack-counts
     
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    Hey, just be glad we have an OL that can stop defenders. We are going to need them against Detroit's DL
     
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    He certainly looks better out there this year. Maybe he has been limited by the quality of players around him. This is his 12th year. I don't expect him to make it through too many more (if any). I would like to see Slauson take over and move Kyle over to the left side. This is going to be an interesting off season with player movement.
     
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    All Garza needed was for Tice to go away (and take J.Webb, and his rotten pixie dust with him).
     
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    Guess which OL also gets zero interior seals or up the middle push in the run game?
     
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    ooo ooo ooo!!!!! I know! I know!
     
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    The Ravens did not get Birk back and they thought that they could go with a younger stronger guy and do better.... well it has not worked out.

    I'm not sure how the hell Garza recovered from last year, because he was part of the problem, but I'm glad to see it. It would not surprise me if he pulled a Peppers next year.

    So if Slauson can go to center and Long to LG then you hope that Brown can take over at RG. That way Roberto can go out in his prime.
     
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    I see zero reason to separate Long and Mills or unnecessarily bounce Kyle around. If Brown wants to get into the lineup, he had better learn the left side or how to snap the ball.
     
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    Could not agree more. If Long and Mills are settling in this well and working with each other this well, why the hell change it. Keep them there, why try to fix what is not broken. Keep the cogs in the places they are actually working, and replace those that are not.
     
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    Don't people know it takes years for offensive line to jell and you just can't change them out. Says the 2 coaches that are no longer coaching in the NFL.
     
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