So I was watching the combine late last night and after Gerald McCoy finished his workout he was interview by Rich Eisen, Mike Mayock, and Brian Billick. One of the final questions they asked him was who was the best lineman he ever faced. He was very torn for a while because he didn't want to alienate any teammates but he said the best lineman he faced bar none was Charlie Tanner. He said tanner was the best he faced because he was just a scrapper and never gave up on the play and gave him fits. Just found that to be an interesting comment for our beleagured offensive line.