In going through the review tool I often come across poor quality answers to poor quality questions. In particular, I will occasionally see questions that are simply asking for links to products, asking for tools, etc. Here are three examples that I've come across just this morning.
Clearly it's appropriate to go to the question and vote to close it (these are examples of not constructive) if they aren't already closed, but what should be done with the answers?
Should the answer be marked for deletion? Much of the normal reasoning for not providing link only answers is defeated if the question is simply asking for links. I'm tempted to mark them as 'looks good' for that reason, because it's the question that is flawed. Is that correct, or should I evaluate all answers as if they were responding to a quality question?