This is related to the discussion for this question, which asks what happens after Recommend for Deletion is clicked.
When reviewing answers automatically flagged as low-quality based on length and content, sometimes one comes across answers that are downvoted a few times. The answers seem to be low-quality, but perhaps not in the intended sense. Sometimes they just answer not quite what the OP wanted, or sometimes they're just wrong.
The downvotes seem to be sufficient in regards to communicating the wrongness or inappropriateness of the answer.
Nevertheless, clicking "Looks Good" doesn't feel right! The answer definitely does not "look good." Should I then recommend for deletion? If so, why? Is the downvote process insufficient? Should older (6+ month) -1 or -2 rated low-quality answers be deleted to restore reputation to the downvoters, as the message of the downvote has been communicated? Would deleting the bad answer damage the integrity of the self-regulating community?
What do I do???