If he improves at all or becomes even "average" it could be a disaster. This draft is filled with potential franchise LTs, and if the coaching staff thinks we have a workable LT in Pitts, they will continue to ignore the O-Line in the offseason. I have watched Pitts closely in games. He is NOT that good at LT. I don't know why people are so high on him. He gets beat by faster players too easily, and is forced to hold or come off the line a bit early to make up for it. He is a fantastic guard because speed is not really as much of a factor. He has the push, but definitely not the reaction time/technique to be our LT of the future. I hope and pray that this trend changes.