This question has been bothering me for a while, but until recently I had simply accpeted it as a part of the StackExchange way.
Now, as a result of Robert Harvey's question concerning moderators and flag reviews, I'm beginning to wonder: Why are moderators reviewing 'not an answer' flags to begin with?
Yes, there will be edge cases which need to be dealt with, but I think a good sense of logic could support those cases. All community moderation will have edge cases. However, the majority of them are simply not valid answers; a very straightforward case. So, why is it the moderators' job to review these flags?
Additionally, if possible, I'd love to see some stats on how many NAA flags enter the moderator queue per day.