One thing our offensive linemen need to work on, especially the tackles, is to block the entire play. They had a pretty good game on Thursday but one thing that's been a problem for a while now is a lot of the time they make initial contact with a defender and then just stop blocking. Here's an example, watch both Brandon Shell and Corey Robinson on Wilds' run on 4th down. They both hit their guy and do a good job of pushing them back but then they stop blocking. Both of the guys they hit end up getting back into the pile and (unsuccessfully) start pushing back against Wilds. On this same play, Cann does a great job of finishing the block. Like I said, it doesn't happen every time, but it happens more often than it should.