Actually... you got it wrong — again.
The quote was that Buckner was a “really good player”. It was NOT “pretty good player.” And there’s a big difference.
But even so, answer this question.... Why would you prefer the opinion of a nameless person over that of our own General Manager? Why is the opinion of someone who you don’t even know more valuable to you than the view of Chris Ballard?
That’s a mystery to me....
Thanks to COVID wrecking the hotel/hospitality industry I am job hunting, which means I have more time on my hands. So, I shall use my GamePass and record The OLine into a quasi highlight/breakdown of scheme, featuring the entire game (Sans special teams). I am not confident in my voice overs in so far as breaking down what was going on but I believe it'd be interesting to attempt to see what worked and what didn't from the OLine's perspective. If theres interest, I'll keep it going as long as I have the GamePass!
One thing Ive noticed by focusing most of my attention on Q: You're not beating him with power, and his technique is too good to get by with speed. You better bring both with great technique. Q does seem to get in trouble at time when he attempts to overpower vs allowing his technique to win the rep. And Im 99% certain the scouting report for San Diego said that Melvin's best move was a spin to the inside. Nelson was WAITING for that several times before finally popping him HARD in the 4th with the most disrespectful block the entire game.
Rendering Part 1 now of the first half, will add graphics and attempt to diagram the OLine basic blocking scheme