“I really like Taysom Hill as a quarterback. He’s excellent,” Anae said, explaining that there were many negative factors that hindered Hill’s play a week ago. “We’re looking forward to this week having a much better grip on the other 10 guys on the field. You cannot really judge a quarterback unless that part gets fixed. We’re in the process of doing that. Far from a completed deal.”
The way Tujague sees it, everything starts with the offensive line.
“It’s the most important part of a team. If you walk around and back up the hard edge, it’s going to be tough to beat you,” he said. “You look at what we’re doing and you do it with an attitude that you won’t lose, that you will win at all costs, then people see 300-pound men doing that, it’s a lot easier for 180-pound men to buy in and they all follow.”
Can last week's offensive line problems be fixed?
“Absolutely,” Tujague said. “It will be fixed.”
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