BYU o-line in retrospect

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BYU o-line in retrospect

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Perhaps like some of you, I have become a NY Jets fan of sorts and follow how ZW is doing.

In this interview (only the first 2 minutes and last minute are worthwhile) we get a commentary that ZW had an o-line so good In college it (gasp!) gave him an advantage.

Was the 2019-2020 o-line that good?

And, if the premise is true, what does it mean for ZW's adjustment in the NFL to get the ball out more quickly? I think if he does speed up his game, reduce the sacks, and the rest of the Jets offense and defense even do ok, they should get 8-10 wins.

And one more thing. Happy off-season everyone. I love the Cougs and am hyped for another great year. These last two have been special.


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They got help on their line and now ZW has someone to throw it too.


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You hate to hear it, but ZW had a very soft SOS his last season at BYU. Good OL? Sure. Bad defenses offering no pressure? Yep. But most ZW fans don't want to hear that...


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