jammerhawk wrote:I read your other thread and have wondered myself if the team plans on training up Lewis to eventually be the C. He did play at least one game there last year and played acceptably well. He did play C in high school and understands the position The team needs to become physically stronger inside to deal with Aaron Donald 2x per year. One of the chief downsides of Pocic is he is not physically strong enough in the middle to handle the inside bull rush.
Another thing is that Gabe Jackson has played mostly as a RG as a pro though he has played well at LG earlier in his career and may be stronger as a RG than as a LG which then has the two strongest guys at G as RG. To me if Lewis. Can move to OC and Warmack is the LG things could be markedly stronger inside. Of course I’m spitballing here b/c who knows the plan is. Maybe straight up Jackson is the LG, Lewis stays at RG, and the team drafts a C for depth or to start in place of Pocic. It’s interesting b/c if Warmack can return to his early physical self and be the dominant interior player he was earlier the inside of the line would be set for some time with Lewis as a C.
Both starting OTs are in contract years as well and some answers need to be found at T as well. I suspect the team has a plan in mind, or some ideas.
pmedic920 wrote:Remember when we thought we could convert just about any guy to OL, or swap a career outside guy to the interior/vise versa?
I do, it’s like a recurring nightmare.
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