At what point do we become concerned that we're starting offensive linemen that obviously aren't good in order to defend JD's bad decisions? McGovern was atrocious yesterday, Becton too. Two JD guys. McGovern was mediocre last year and the OL was noticeably better with Becton out yesterday. Should we be concerned that the organization perhaps doesn't want to admit they whiffed on these two guys, to the detriment of our rookie QB? Whether we want to admit it or not, job security plays a significant role in the decisions that coaches and GM's make. Being a GM is inherently a balance of actually producing a good team and keeping up the perception that you're making good personnel decisions. It was glaringly obvious that the OL was better with Becton out, but it looks horrible for a GM if we can't play the OL he took 11th overall a year ago because he's so bad.