In yesterday's article in the Spectator on the overhaul coming for the Ti-Cats, I was a little dismayed at the lack of attention paid to the offensive line. The GM seemed to indicate that he felt the offensive line was OK. Granted, they were much improved after Coach Salavantis took over (and we did have a lot of injuries), but I still don't think a starting front five of Woodard, Hudson, Hage, Smith, and Cook would strike fear into the hearts of too many defenses.
We were largely ineffective in running the ball this year, and we were brutal on short yardage. Our most glaring weakness was at Right Tackle. Powell was brutal, and Cook was no better. Even when Cook was moved to Right Guard, he still had guys blowing past him.
If team management doesn't address the right side of the offensive line in the off-season, I think we'll struggle on offense out of the gate again next year.