When an OLman doesn't get mentioned it's usually a positive thing. Neal, Vollmer and Koppen were all singled out and not positively. Light got a nod. Although in fact those were all on individual plays, of which the offense had 39 on the night in roughly a quarter of play scattered across almost 4 quarters and the starting OL probably less than 30 snaps apiece, at one point after a 46 minute break... At times in the early going the failure to convert had nothing to do with the line play... On run plays it's debateable. The one thing that isn't is that the focus wasn't on that aspect of the offense last night, it was on pass in the spread and with some alternate weapons in the arsenal. Brady got sacked once, from the right side, but aside from that he had a tremendous night for someone only on the field for a little more than 10 minutes total and an offense that puts up 21 points under those adverse conditions plus 14 more on a backup offensive score and a ST score to open the game isn't too shabby let alone on a night when you weren't game planning and you were clearly testing lots of things. That the defense gave up 37 points was the problem, and most seem to be in relative agreement as to how and perhaps why that likely transpired.