And on his bad days, like MNF v Dallas, he's outright bad.
He's just too slow and immobile to keep up with athletic pass rushers (ie all of them). Not only could he not block Demarcus Ware, he couldn't even get a hand of him sometimes.
As of today the offensive line has one highly rated prospect, and 4 mediocre/average players.
And like I said, Jammal Brown needs to be replaced at the earliest possible convience. Given how little draft value (first three rounds) we've invested in our line over the last 12 years, seems obvious to me we need to draft a RT (or a LT and move Trent to right - but I think Trent will be fine at LT in the long run).
If magically some young great RT hits the FA market next year, great. But that almost never happens.
For most of a decade this franchise has almost completely ignored the offensive line in the early part of the draft.
It has to stop. Perennially good teams don't have mediocre offensive lines unless your QB is Peyton.
It's that simple.
So yeah, Jammal Brown: not good enough.