Green Bay Packers Offensive Line Developing Depth in 2010

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Green Bay Packers Offensive Line Developing Depth in 2010

Offensive lineman are arguably the most underrated players on the field, that is, until your quarterback is being thrown around like a rag doll.

We all see the big plays, but rarely do we hear about the men who make them all possible.

2009 Packers Offensive Line Stats included 51 sacks allowed, and 93 QB hits.

The Green Bay Packers used over 20 different combinations of offensive lineman last season, making it nearly impossible to develop any kind of chemistry.

If Rodgers doesn't feel comfortable with his own protection, he's liable to make unnecessary mistakes.

It all starts with the big men upfront. If you can't open holes for your running game or keep your quarterback upright, you're destined for failure.

Here's a prime example: In the first half of the season, the Packers offensive line gave up 37 sacks and the team had a 4-4 record, including a shameful loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In the second half of the season, the Packers offensive line gave up 14 sacks and the team went 7-1 with their only loss being a last-second heart breaker versus Pittsburgh.

With veteran T's Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher returning, we should see more of what we saw in the second half of 2009.

Heading into the 2010 season, the Green Bay Packers have the most depth in their offensive line that they've had in a long time.

Without further delay, here's a look at the 2010 Packers offensive line.

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