It seems clear that the Ravens coaching staff -- after spending three weeks gritting their teeth every day, watching film from practice -- came to the conclusion that the situation at right tackle was a potential disaster. Everything the Ravens want to do this year is going to be predicated on running the ball better and protecting Joe Flacco better, and throwing a rookie or a non-descript free agent next to Marshal Yanda on the right side just wasn't going to cut it. At worst, the Ravens must figure they can bring McKinnie along slowly, get him on a steady diet of baked chicken and steamed broccoli, and ask him to provide depth for the first four weeks of the season. I might even begin the season by lining him up at tight end for 20 plays a game, next to Michael Oher, and dare teams to stop me from running left. I think think asking him, just three weeks from now, to slide laterally and block James Harrison every time Flacco drops back to pass is borderline insanity, but we'll see what the Ravens' plans are. Maybe it was just as insane to ask Jah Reid to block LaMarr Woodley.