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Rank the best offensive lines in the NFL.

Postby Doughhead » Mon Jul 09, 2007 1:41 pm

In my experience, when preparing for a fantasy football draft, one must consider the strength of the offensive lines around the league. These guys are the unsung heroes of the gridiron and so often, an offense's fortunes hinge on the quality of these players who may not even be household names. A weak offensive line can render a good running back virtually useless or substantially decrease the value of a QB. On the other hand, a great o-line can elevate mediocre skill players into fantasy studs.

It's hard enough to keep up with the off-season roster movement when it comes to players at the skill positions. Keeping track of which offensive lines have improved and regressed, well, it's dang near impossible. It can also be hard to gauge exactly how much influence an o-line has on team's offensive numbers, as the talent of the players at the skill positions must be factored in. With all this in mind, which teams have the best/worst offensive lines in the game? Feel free to rank all the teams or provide a smaller sample.
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Re: Rank the best offensive lines in the NFL.

Postby mystykoekaki » Mon Jul 09, 2007 2:53 pm

Pass blocking or run blocking? Teams usually specialize in one or the other.
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Re: Rank the best offensive lines in the NFL.

Postby Timbathia » Mon Jul 09, 2007 6:41 pm

mystykoekaki wrote:Pass blocking or run blocking? Teams usually specialize in one or the other.


I am sure I saw a thread a few weeks ago with this info. Maybe the lung or someone posted it?????
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