Winston & Bulaga come to mind.
The fact remains there are damn good pass blocking RT's in this league but Marrdro just doesn't want to acknowledge it because it counters his support for Loadholt.
Eric Winston's had more false starts and given up more sacks with the same number of holds as Loadholt.
Bulaga has been on IR since early Nov with a dislocated hip
According to Pro Football Focus, Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga has allowed 18 quarterback hurries, three sacks and three hits through the first five games.
In 12 games last season, Bulaga allowed 21 hurries, one sack and two hits.
Iím no math whiz, but after crunching those numbers, Bulaga has already allowed the same number of hurries, sacks and hits through five games in 2012 that he allowed in 12 games in 2011.
Now its not like I wouldn't like an upgrade but I also would like to keep some cohesion with the line but improve protection calls and really start looking to make the bigger commentments to the WR position for the offense and upgrade the DT and MLB to help shore up the defense.
Just saying there are lots of other needs not sure I want to create another need or over pay to bring in a free agent there and tie up cap space that could be used elsewhere.....Carlson part deux
However, Marr is correct, your RT tends to be bigger, stronger and more of a run blocker than your LT. Not to say he cannot pass block but he might not have the agility you ask of your LT. You LT tends to be a great pass blocker with decent run blocking skill. Two different asking. You can't just stick a LT that is too slow on the RT and think he will work out.