I watched this play probably 12*sqrt(pi) times and was very pleased with the way the offensive line looked one game after the shuffling. Here is a video of Derrick Green's touchdown run against Minnesota and if the line can block this way throughout the rest of the season, the running game is going to improve considerably.
Things to take away from this play:
1. Glascow fires off the ball and cuts the linebacker, preventing him from getting downhill to the ball carrier. That's a pretty tough block for a center.
2. Bryant pulls to the outside and gets a good kickout block on the defensive end. He blasts him 2 yards outside of his gap.
3. Schofield (I think that's who is playing tackle on the left side) down blocks the DT and makes him a non-factor in the play.
4. The outside backer looks to have an outside gap and runs that way, allowing Lewan to seal him from the inside.
EDIT: 5. Kalis makes a nice cut block on the backside tackle that could have made a play.
You could drive a Mac truck (or a Derrick Green) through this hole.
The funny thing is that Kerridge gets a shoutout from our anti-Gardner announcers about giving Green a big hole and he's the only one that whiffs his block.
I know it's just one play but it shows a lot of promise, IMO. Any comments/concerns/other plays to discuss?
EDIT: Is that an acceptable amount of times? You're all ruthless.