Neville Gallimore switching between end and tackle would be more equivalent. Generally on offense, you have a swing tackle and a swing interior OL on game days. If injuries happen and you need multiple players, you switch the guys who are out there around, such as Tyler being able to play both tackle and guard and Martin being able to kick out to tackle. You are right that game-day rosters are limited, but making a young player have to learn multiple spots instead of mastering one isn't the way to fix it. Left tackle and right tackle are enough to learn on their own at this level without throwing guard in there as well.NFL's game day active list policy made it difficult to have just a backup guy at one position as far as the trenches.
Injuries makes it just as tough.
It's different if it's a Terrence Steele who was a swing backup to Lael Collins and Tyron Smith ..
But if it's the Farniok's .. Matt Walekto's ...guys on the 2nd level of backups They have to being able to flex to vasrious roles
When injuries struck the DT roles ... guys like Neville Gallomore who normally be 3 techs .. have to adjust to fill roles such as 1 tech.
As out of position as it may sound.
Find a quarterback that has never thrown a pick in practice. And the guy that got Dak was Gilmore, a CB that literally has a Hall of Fame resume.Picked up right where he left off last season
This guy is in mid season firm already
Cue the “Dak is not a practice QB” excuse
Oh, the “find another team” logic LOLFind a quarterback that has never thrown a pick in practice. And the guy that got Dak was Gilmore, a CB that literally has a Hall of Fame resume.
I swear this agenda on Prescott is ridiculous. If y'all hate the guy so much go find another team to be a "fan" of.
The way I felt about the end of last year.Too much moving around IMO........just leave Tyron at LT and Tyler at LG until Tyron is injured. Focus on finding a RT you for to start the season. This way you at least know your left side is secured and only plugging one hole with a question mark.