Center/Guard —John Sullivan did a decent first year job, for a former sixth rounder. Anthony Herrera similarly exceeded expectations considering no team saw fit to spend even a seventh rounder on him when he came out. But the team is in dire need of at least one upgrade here.
Too often were QB Brett Favre and RB "All Day" Peterson up close and personal with defenders shooting the strong side A and B gaps. And in '09 we finally saw that future HOFer Steve Hutchinson does NOT have a big "S" on his chest...he's mortal and gets dinged up like everyone else.
Hutch will be 33 this season and Herrera 30. I'd like to see Herrera pick up the ball again and experiment with snapping like he did a couple of training camps ago.
If he can compete with Sully for playing time at center, that would give the team more options to upgrade the interior line.
In addition, Herrera has more junk in his junk than Sully, something that would come in handy when manning up against the likes of Ryan Pickett (340 lbs), BJ Raji (337), Grady Jackson (345), and Sammie Lee Hill (329). That's just in the division!