There are a few teams throughout the NFL that I think are in a relatively similar place vis a vis offensive line. Namely - Denver, Seattle, and Cincinnati.
No two situations are exactly alike...but there are a lot of parallels.
The offensive lines have been liabilities for all of these teams in recent years (Cincy's got worse with the unanswered loss of FAs).
Each of these teams has at least one or two dynamic talents in the passing game. Denver, Seattle, and NYG also all have top notch defenses.
The question for all is how much the OL performance submarines the offense. The first three that played so far all looked like a complete mess unable to do anything.
Denver is the most intriguing to me. I've always been a fan of Mike McCoy's offense. I am very curious to see what Denver looks like with him at the helm and how he goes about manufacturing offense with Simien at the helm. I expect that Giants fans watching will see exactly what a creative offensive mind can do even with sub-par talent along the OL (and in the case, even at QB).