So sorry been busy, as to the oline well I am seeing that Shell
Hmm tied for 7th most sacks https://www.pff.com/nfl/players/brandon-shell/10792
Now Cedric Ogbuehi Hmm only played 155 snaps last year, 54 the year before, Now in 2017 when he played 665 snaps he was 5th in sacks allowed https://www.pff.com/nfl/players/cedric-ogbuehi/9454?season=2017
B.J. Finney lets see now here we may have something 2019 325 snaps only 1 sack overall rank 56.9 so half a seasons worth, only 1 sack but a bad rating. 2018 only 165 snaps, 2017 234 snaps, So basically he has never played a whole season, but can play many positions, and may have some potential but at best a question mark. https://www.pff.com/nfl/players/bj-finney/9875?season=2019
So yeah under whelmed 2 of the 3 are bad pass blockers and the other is a question mark.
Now as to the whole everything is about Wilson, no everything is about the one position we can't loose and still have a chance of winning. Any real fan who has watched knows if Wilson goes down we are screwed, and since 2012 we have never had an oline better than 20th at pass blocking. I would think a real fan would be furious that they are not doing more to protect him. Now we have signed 2 oline man in the only years they played close to a full season were top 10 in sacks. Yeah we all should not be happy about this.
That says nothing of their run blocking. Your claim that their pass blocking is comparatively poor across the board compared to their run blocking holds no water, and your post here does little to support the claim.
You cannot sign sure-thing offensive linemen for the backup prices that Finney and Shell are getting. Ogbuehi's contract is, from what I've heard, incentive-laden with a low base salary under $2m.
Here's the facts: Shell has performed slightly better than Ifedi throughout his career, with less penalties, and we're signing him for about half of what Ifedi's supposed market value was. Yeah, he's not the best right tackle in the league. Neither was Ifedi. Incremental improvement at the position for under market value is good, no matter how you slice it.
Finney, in limited action, has played competently - especially at center. He's coming in at a very low price. His pass blocking is his best trait according to evaluators.
Ogbuehi has sucked - but most backup lineman do. He has potential due to his excellent measurables and it looks like he's going to be strictly a backup tackle and maybe 6th lineman, taking over Fant's role.
Plus, we just signed Chance Warmack, another guard. More depth, more potential. And this is BEFORE going into the draft. They've done well so far, without overpaying. Maybe this line isn't up to your frankly unreasonable standards, but in a league where offensive line talent is hard to find without bankrupting the team, I'm satisfied with this free agency period for OL.