A few OL thoughts.... and apologies up front, this is going to be a rant...
It should not be forgotten, overlooked, or dismissed that whoever our OL coaches have been have not had much to work with.
Our players have either been poor, or injured, or both.
IN 2014, the Colts led the NFL in a dubious category -- most different offensive line combinations over a 16 game schedule with 11. 16 games, 11 different OL line combinations. Think about that.
THAT is a recipe for terrible OL play. And yet, the Colts went all the way to the AFC championship. It could be argued that our coaches made chicken salad out of chicken s**t.
None of us knows how much the problem was the players, the injuries, the coaching, or the front office who reportedly told the coaches who to start and who provided the coaches with substandard players.
I think comments like "good riddance" are despicable and contemptible. I think it pollutes the quality of the message boards.
I never celebrate coaches getting fired. It's a brutal business and assigning fault and blame is always easier said when it's being done from the cheap sheets here on a message board.
Sorry, rant over......
you have to quit being sensible has no place on a discusiion board