It’s never easy to field a successful offense when an offensive line is constantly in flux – just ask the Redskins. They’ve endured several seasons worth of mediocre line play because the front office has yet to make a serious commitment to rebuilding a line that once featured standout tackles Chris Samuels and Jon Jansen.
Aside from drafting Trent Williams, little has been done to bolster the line with younger, high-upside players and the lack of depth could end up being the offense’s undoing.
Injuries and a lack of depth have resulted in a rotating door of inconsistency. And now after a carnage-filled Sunday against the Eagles, more wholesale changes up front will provide another setback in the trenches for Washington.
Last week, the offensive line lost Kory Lichtensteiger for the season and Williams for the next three weeks, a pair of crushing blows to a long-suffering unit.
It's really a shame because the Redskins were finally enjoying a little stability and showing some signs o...