The same problems seen with
Satele today (playing off balance, getting overpowered at the point of attack plagued him Oakland.
Mcglynn is better suited for a Zone Blocking scheme if we are going to insist he play Guard(I think he has RT potential)-He is agile, not a mauler, He also gets to high in his stance in my opinion
Reitz is the same way exactly.
Castonzo struggles to stay engaged with his defender at times and seems to get overpowered by bigger D Linemen. Justiceslow feet, he has power for sure but his feet get in the way of his talent sometimes which sometimes in my opinon leads defenders to be able to get disengaged from him sometimes.
Linkenbach-A much better Guard then Tackle(I dont see why not many see that) also sometimes struggles to stay engaged with his defender and does not have the feet to play RT
I dont think its as hard as some make it seem. Ya take your best blockers in practice try them in a game if they crap out in a game and others do good in a game then you go with what works in a game
But our GM..who is an offensive linemen....may or may not agree...
If its as simple and obvious as you say.... Ryan Grigson.....may already know much of this...right?
I don think O-line skills are absolute..they change and can graduate or downgrade..maybe Grigson hoped to improve them
This is his particular area of expertise
But it could just be a case of...this is what we have .....they have not gotten better beacuse they dont play together that often..
..and we hope to get them healthy in 3 weeks to do the best THEY can...be at least capable in january