Yah, I guess if you never read anything else out there it would seem pretty good. Your own opinions are perfect...as long as you're the only one reading them. As soon as someone else reads em, you're wrong because they have a different opinion.
They need to let Buck be Buck and take their lumps with Goltz/Hall when he gets hurt at this point. Trying to force him into a quick read pocket passer is clearly not working. Neither is this max protect scheme they devised. This Oline is leading the league in sacks allowed and is second to last in yards per carry. They're not run blocking well or pass blocking all that well. Some guys apparently aren't getting open and forcing Buck to sit in the pocket to look for other options which in turn seems to be making him hesitant, hold on to the ball too long, and make indecisive throws (or so it seems to me). Allowing him to use his feet and move the pocket comes with the risk or more injury but really, when he's getting hit this much in this max protect scheme, what's the point. Use him to the best of his abilities as long as you can and get the backup ready to go in. Time to stop playing scared on offense and play some football.
The one fault in the whole QB debacle I have with Mack is that he didn't get a more experienced backup after he dumped Jyles on TO. Obviously Buck has his history, I think Mack felt or was made to believe by Lapo that one of the young guys would be ready to step up sooner rather than later so basically they went with two guys who were at the same spot of their development and it didn't work. For all those who still think Elliott was the future guy, he couldn't beat out Thomas Demarco in BC and all his experience with the bombers has only managed to get him the 3rd spot on the depth chart. If Mack had brought in a somewhat more veteran guy to sit behind Pierce for a year or two and held off on giving the full time job to Brink/Elliott/whoever until this year to be a full time starter instead of asking too much too soon, the blue probably would've been in a better position. I think that may be why we haven't seen more of Goltz yet, because they're trying to avoid past mistakes of throwing a young guy out there before he's really ready to go.