“I know you guys talk about these offensive linemen being athletes and all that. I always say this to the kids that I coach. You’re playing offensive line, it’s as easy as anything. You’re 300 pounds, he’s 300 pounds. Stay in front of him for three seconds, and you when day can get $300 million. Don’t tell me about this being some athletic situation. … It’s not like playing wide receiver.”
Notice how former quarterback Kurt Warner and former running back Marshall Faulk, who unlike wideouts depended on their linemen for protection from being maimed, don’t chime in to agree.
— R.E.P.S. (@LINEMEN_R_E_P_S) November 19, 2017
— Mike Newcomb (@theycallme_NUKE) November 19, 2017
One thing that’s definitely easier than pass blocking: not getting arrested multiple times with drugs in one’s possession. It’s not like playing wide receiver.