He'll be the starting LT for the next six weeks...MM said he played "very, very well" against Indy. I'm thinking LT feels more natural for him, he's struggled at RT. Be that as it may, it shows how important it is to have quality depth on your OL. We're not where we need to be with that yet...but having vets like Sims and Wragge can be critically important. Rachal played much better, too, so that's encouraging. We need to draft 2-3 top OL in April...the best teams have very strong OL's and we're not there yet.
And now he's zero games away and starting the next six. If he can play like he played last weekend against the Colts, then this shouldn't be a problem. I'm not sure that he's going to be able to do that, but I'm hoping.
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