I thought Reitz played right tackle pretty well. I've already heard Pagano and Grigson talk about how Clark may be moved to the right guard spot. I think it's going to be good competition this season on the O-Line but this is just how I would go about it.
To the bolded, we should have been better. PG is worth more than 7 games, and I'm not a huge PG fan. Boston won 3 more games than the Pacers, and I don't believe that roster is better. The difference? Brad Stevens. The team needs a coach who can continuously develop the players and put them in the best position to succeed. I know that's few and far between, and they don't grow on trees, but sticking with Vogel has run its course.
As far as Hill and Ellis not being able to fill the PG position, again I think they are suitable enough for the position. However, my biggest gripe with George Hill is not playing aggressive enough consistently. When the guy is aggressive, he can be as good as anyone, but far too often he's not. Again, I place a decent amount of blame on the coaching staff for not keeping on Hill. It goes back to the Heat playoff games 3 years ago, when Hill was attempting 12-15+ shots/g the Pacers had the advantage, but when he was under 10 shots/g, the Pacers chances of winning were practically minimal.
Westbrook is an undersized SG as well. By no means am I saying Hill is as good as Westbrook, or could be as good, but Westbrook plays with a "killer" instinct, and that's something I wish Hill would do. We've seen the flashes when plays with that instinct.
I think it has to do more with the general attitude of coaches don't think he can read defenses. He may very well be physically able to play football be will he ever have the ability to read defenses is the question. Also does he have the ability to hit a receiver? That is one of the problems he had when he did play. If you remember he threw a lot of passes that landed 5-10 yards from anyone on the field. He had more than his share of "who was he throwing the ball to" said after he did throw the ball.
Definitely, my grandfather lived in Baltimore for a while and grew up watching him. He still pulled for Indy but always referred to them as Baltimore. I wasn't allowed to say the name Irsay in my house. The game sure has changed. I wish I could go back in time when players didn't get flagged for breathing on a player and defenses were actually feared by offenses.