For the past ten years, Jim Bollman has been the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Throughout that time, the Buckeyes have had high flying offenses and high quality stinkers.
The 2011 squad is an example of the latter thus far.
Until this season, he never had playcalling power. That fell to head coach Jim Tressel. With Tressel retired, it's on Bollman.
It's already time for that tenure to end. As good of a guy as Bollman
First, the Browns go out and sign Chris Gocong to a three year extension with decent money attached.
Then, D'Qwell Jackson, he of 26 consecutive games missed, plays one month in a system that fits him and wins AFC Defensive Player of the Month.
Just a confusing and confounding week here in Cleveland when it comes to linebackers, the biggest weakness on our defense coming into the season.
Here's some quick hitters on yesterday's Browns victory over the Dolphins:
First and foremost, my hat is off to the Browns defensive line. While they were out there for nearly 40 minutes, they still managed to get the job done in the fourth quarter. The knock on Chad Henne is that he falls apart under pressure, and the combination of Rubin, Sheard, Taylor, and Mitchell made it stick late.Special commendation to Jabaal Sheard, who after switching to the
Originally Posted by RaidenDAWG2
The team really came together over the last month of the season with the four game winning streak.
Defensively, the biggest weakness is the secondary. The Browns really need to come out of the draft with at least one more starter, if not two (depending on Brodney Pool's health), and I think one of them ought to be either Florida's Joe Haden or (my preference) Tennessee's Eric Berry.
Offensively, the revolving door at right tackle needs to be jammed, and if John St Clair