As much as I agree the right side of the line needs improvement. IMO, we need playmakers, and RG or RT are not playmaker positions. I would not use a 1st or 2nd, but anything from the 4th on down is fine, just not a pick of value for the right side.
Our first two picks need to be athletic playmakers that can change a game. WR, DT, and DB are the positions where you can find these guys. They just also happen to be positions of need for us.
Upgrading the right side of the Oline should be a priority. And really shouldn't be that difficult. Just not with the first two picks.
DT's that play the 1 tech are anything but playmakers, and that's our biggest d-line need. They just take up space so others can make plays.
As to the right side of the o-line, my preferred approach (signing a FA guard and drafting a tackle) still allows us to draft a playmaking WR in the 1st or 2nd round, while also obtaining our future starting LT, arguably the 2nd highest value position behind only QB.
Take a look at what kind of players most teams have playing the nose. The vast majority were not high draft picks, because those role players are not that highly valued, especially in a 4-3 defense. As to DB's, how many around the league are true playmakers? Very few.
The true playmakers are WR's, QB's, DE's, and RB's. We're pretty good at 3 of those positions.