The first thing that jumped out at me was this:
Jon Stinchcomb got an overall score of 90.
I guess a Super Bowl run can really inflate an outsider's perception of your abilities.
Stinchcomb is a solid pro who is good as a run blocker and is above average in the screen game, but leaves a lot to be desired as a one-on-one pass protector.
The teacher in me says that he earned an A in the area of pass blocking with a score of 93. Those who watch the Saints on a regular basis know that it is Brees' quick release that masks the right tackle's deficiencies.
Left tackle Jermon Bushrod got a well-deserved overall score of 75, though I don't know how they came up that score when they gave him an 80 in run blocking and an 87 in pass blocking.
Bushrod's pass-blocking score seems a little high for someone who was a liability against an elite pass-rushing team and often required the help of a tight end or running back.