I'm sorry Gut I didn't read your expert scouting service blurb on Gilles. I did read the NFL.com GM JR Scouting breakdown where they rate a number of different postional factors and attributes. http://www.nfl.com/draft/profiles/2006/jean-gilles_max For intial quickness the comment was "He gets off the ball and set to block consistently fast" so apparently they don't agree with your scouting service. Infact his initial quickness grade is as high as his other highest grade for size (6.5 is . I guess wanting to have an OG who is massive and quick who could potentially dominate is too much to ask. Having another mediocre safety that nobody heard about until draft day however is priceless. The negatives on Gilles are that he does need to control his weight and that he isn't motivated at times however we are talking about a player who could have been taken late in the 3rd round, not a 1st or 2nd round pick. IMHO Gilles had a higher upaide than Pillar and would have been at least as good as Pillar. Of course we can all be comforted by the fact that after the middle of our OL gets blown up and we have to punt on 4th down we will have a guy like Lowry on the punt team. Oh, Scott Wright ranked Gilles as the number 2 OG in the draft and wrote "Has the ability to be a dominant blocker at the pro level, especially if the team who brings him in can maximize his effort on every play." I'm not saying Gilles is the greatest OG in NFL history but certainly he had the tools for the coaches to work with and could have been a potential upgrade to our OL.