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  1. sieglo

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    Let's hear it for the offensive line. Second very good game in a row protecting Brady. Not a bad effort in blocking against a very good run defense as well. Hopefully the O'Callaghan injury isn't serious.
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  3. JoeSixPat

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    Yup - they definately did a great job giving Brady all the time that he needed. No sacks - not even any hurries I think...
  4. gomezcat

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    It's particularly impressive when you consider the youth of the line. If the group of Light, Mankins, Koppen, Neal and O'Callaghan/Kaczur can stay together, they could be sensational in three or four years.
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    Great job against one of the best D lines in the NFL. Having neal back seems to give them a lot more confidence.

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