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The argument is that you get talent then build around it. The line dictates the level of success of many skill position players. Take mjd or ray rice for example. They are having terrible years much like chris johnson sucked last year.

That doesn't mean their value is bad if they had a better line.
Luck was the best talent available, period. A bad offensive line will make life harder on quarterbacks and running backs, but I think the sheer amount of options available to the quarterback makes it an iffy comparison.