So improved talent on the OLine, a healthy QB and Receivers appears to make a difference.
Arguably the most convincing victory for any team against Winnipeg since mid 2019.
Amazing what adding actual talent to the offensive line does. The team can actually have a good running game which in turn opens things up for the receivers. Giving Dane the proper time and not trying to do things in 0.0001 seconds makes a difference too.
And yet - someone's defending the play of the O-line saying that it wasn't that bad all year. He even tried to turn that into me making excuses for Dane's turnovers (as if the ones that clanked off receivers hands didn't happen) due to my criticism of the O-line. As if replacing 4/5 of the personnel due to injury/performance with better players hasn't had a major effect...