So... Let's talk OL.
The way I see it... there's not a single position on the offensive line that couldn't use an upgrade. Now, there are more than one way to skin a cat and some positions that are relatively set, but let me run it down a bit.
LT: Trent Williams is still going strong. But injuries are starting to slow him a bit. The left tackle position is one that we need to make sure we take care of moving forward. If Trent turns a corner with injuries we're still okay here, but if he is slowing down due to age/set backs, I'd like to see him kick inside to LG.
LG: Lauvao is no where near as bad as people say he is. But he's not in there. Roullier is. Roullier is okay. But I prefer him at center. The double switch that let Bergstrom come in at C and moved Roullier to LG drove me absolutely batty. Why change two positions on a unit when you can just change one? And if you're going to change two because you're nervous about the backup LG, why not put your five best linemen on the field? In this case some combo of Williams, Nsheke, Roullier, Scherff and Moses.
C- Roullier has been an improvement there.
RG: Scherff is good, but I'm not sure he's this top of the game RG some have made him out to be. That said, I think he is the strongest and the biggest piece of the OL corps moving forward given Trent's age. He should be kept at RG for awhile.
RT: Moses is big time slowed by injuries and he's hit and miss. When he's on, he's on. When he's off, he's off.
Having given a very brief synopsis, I want to say that I am a firm believer in building the OL/DL/Pass Rush/QB and Absolute Studs in the first round of the draft. I don't think there's a whole heck of a lot else that should be drafted early aside from some can't miss prospect ala Sean Taylor, Ed Reed, Adrian Peterson, etc.
But this line is very much underperforming. And a lot of it, despite my earlier take that Trent is slowing, is from the LG > C > RG areas. I'm fairly certain the Lauvao injury is hurting us more than most here would care to admit. But it's also exposing the fact that we need some help across the line.
I don't think these guys are a bad group at all. Although I'm no fan of Bergstrom. But we could definitely use an upgrade or two up front. And that could be Lauvao. He probably won't be here long, has been hurt a bunch and his absence seems to hurt the team quite a bit with chemistry given the line's performance this past week. So LG needs to be a priority. In some fashion. Williams is an option if a stud LT is available.
I don't want to make it sound like I'm totally down on the line. I'm not. The entire team played bad against NO. But our line has to start playing like the unit they're touted to be if we're going to beat these elite teams moving forward.