It’s been said that Martin Mayhew was a middling GM. I know Detroit Lions fans don’t look back fondly upon the Mayhew tenure, but that is largely correct. One thing he was terrible at, and unarguably so, is finding athletic offensive linemen. Only one of the Lions starting offensive linemen in 2015 had an average RAS. Note that I don’t say “or better” after that. Their best guy broke average, the rest were well below. Taylor Decker doesn’t come in as a supreme athlete, but the simple fact that he made it over that average athlete mark puts him above the rest of the line to start his career. Can he show it on the field better than someone like Warford did?