It depends on how much better he is than the next RT. If he is a a good RT and a great guard and the next best RT is average then you play him at guard. If the next RT is below average and the RG is average or good then you play him at tackle. So on and so forth.
I think Pacergeek's philosophy is to call practically every player a bust and then when one of them is proven to be a bust he can say, "See I told you" and ignore all attempts to discuss the other 90% that he was incorrect about.
Watch, pretty soon he will also mention how it's "taboo to criticize Ballard."
Far too early to say that. He might be, but he was also drafted as a 4-3 DE and then asked to learn a 3-4 OLB position under a coach who frankly had never really developed a single 3-4 OLB in his history with the Colts. Give it to at least mid season to see how he does.