Despite throwing 27 INTs and having his worst year as a pro, Eli raved about how 'comfortable' he was in KG's system. That's not a good thing. Sometimes, change has to be forced upon us when we get too comfortable and this is just what Eli needs. I see Eli winning at least one more ring before he retires, too. Having a more aggressive and creative OC to design a system around Eli's strengths, and light a fire under him, may be just what he needs to get that third ring at some point.
One of these teams is not like the others
only those that defend Eli so hard make it seem we have the worst line in the game. in fact 2012 they were ranked around 4th best by Yahoo sports.
The pessimist complains about the wind;
The optimist expects it to change;
The realist adjusts the sails."
- William Arthur Ward -
Here's another link on offensive line rankings. Looks like PFF is just a giant Eli supporter. You couldn't have watched the games this year and thought this line was good enough. It isn't possible. JR knows it, the Maras know it, KG knew it, you are the only one who doesn't. What does 2012 rankings have to do with it? Eli had almost 4K yards, 26 TD's and 15 INT's in 2012. So it makes sense that the line was better in 2012