I'm not sure Stewart had that bad of a year. The only issue I'd have with Flucker is he might be stricky an OG in the NFL and not neccesarily have the agility (especially if he doesn't keep his weight under control). If Falk is saying to draft Flucker as a RT and move Stewart to OG I'm not sure Fluker would be a better RT or Stewart a better RG. Certainly Fluker could play RT if needed so he would have value there. SO if you are concerned about faster DEs is Fluker really the answer? That was the whole rationale I had with drafting Matthews if he came out. Not to tall or light in the britches to play OG but has the foot work to move out to eitehr OT. There are a few other things to consider. While Cooper and Warford are the #2 and #3 rated OGs on the board there is a pretty decent chance one of them is available in the 2nd when we pick. After all when have we seen 3 OGs go in the first 39 picks? And there are also a pretty good lot of OTs expected to go in the first 39 as well. So the bottom line is I bet if we want one of the top 3 OGs we could get one with the depth on both OL and DL this year. The other consideration is Barrett Jones who could cement the C spot for us for the next decade and next to the OTs I think having a solid C is the next most important OL position. Jones also gives you the most versatility of all the guys that might be available and could move out to one of the OT spots if needed so the value is real good IMO. We can always move Velasco back to OG were he will probably win a starting spot. While I don't see Jones as a long term OT in the NFL he sure gives us assurance if we run into a rash of injuries and have to move guys around. Basically he could play all 5 spots. But his best is probably C were he could step right in and hold that spot for the next decade.