Decision 2007: Who will try to break the left tackle jinx in 2007????? Jordan Black: Versatile young guy who filled in for KC. Allowed a lot of sacks but not so many that KC missed the playoffs. KC let him go away though, and note their problems on the line now, so you gotta wonder. Ephraam Salaam: Versatile old guy. Held down the fort after Spencer went down. Mentor, locker room guy. You wonder about injuries. Eric Winston: Looked OK at right tackle last year in limited play. He prefers playing left tackle and thought that is what he would be playing in the league. Shortish arms. Had a knee injury that he says doesn't bother him one bit. Really confident guy. Chester Pitts: Coaches like him at guard. Played an adequate left tackle. Charles Spencer: Had a lot of promise before his injury in the second game of the season. Questionable about whether he can return by the season and what sort of ability he could have this quick with the sort of injury he had. Draft: Levi Brown, Joe Staley with a trade down, or someone else? What I think will happen: I think Black will get the left tackle spot, with Winston at right tackle and Salaam as swing tackle. I do not like the idea of relying too much on Salaam because I'm not sure how he is going to hold up. I have mentally written off Spencer for the season. If he returns it will be gravy, but I suspect from what we've heard publicly that he is a long shot. If the Texans raise questions about an injury in the paper, it is usually worse than what they are letting on. I do not believe that the Texans will draft tackle, but it wouldn't surprise me given the Texans options. I wonder a lot about the Texans' evaluation of offensive line personnel. The center position experimentation last year was a joke. For all the discussion of Sherman as an offensive line master, most of his experience was in college, the same with Benton. Sherman as talent evaluator is something that GB fans questioned for a while.