Nicely done, Rich!
While the offensive line created nice holes for the running backs, they also created nice holes for pass rushers. The interior line continues to be an issue in pass protection.
I remember reading that offensive linemen prefer to run block than to pass block, because they like that aggressive go-at-them mentality. Pass blocking is more difficult, and aside from Tunsil and James, they looked like turnstiles in the middle. I saw some get to Tannehill without even being chipped. There just appears to be confusion up the middle, and they had problems with some of NE's defensive stunts. Still, you got to hand it to them that at the end of the game they gave Tannehill time to get that pass to Stills who lateraled into history. I've seen our OL fold up big at the end of games in the past. Not yesterday.