Let's Look At.........the offensive line

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Going into camp, this was my biggest unit of concern. I mean, it really doesn't matter how much Jason Campbell has improved or how much poise and professionalism he has if he doesn't have time to throw the ball and is on his back all day. Doesn't matter if any of the 2008 2nd rounders are ready to play if they can't get the ball. Even Clinton Portis can't do what he does best if no one can open at least a crease for him to get through.

The early word out of camp is that the O-line is struggling. Now there can be a bunch of reasons for this:
1. The O is always behind the D when camp starts. It's normal and the O seems to need time to develop and gel vs. the D which can come out strong right out of the gates.

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