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My NFL Draft Top 15

11 thru 15

11. Cleveland Browns

Projected Starters: LT Joe Thomas, LG Joel Bitonio, C Cam Erving, RG John Greco, RT Shon Coleman (rookie)

Key Backups: Austin Pasztor, Alvin Bailey, Michael Bowie

The Browns offensive line is likely the strength of their team and something to build around. After toying with trading him this offseason, star tackle Joe Thomas is still their starting left tackle and a great anchor to the unit. He adds stability to the group. The team drafted Cam Erving 19th overall in the 2015 NFL Draft and after letting Alex Mack go via free agency, the center position has been handed over to him. Joel Bitonio had a very good season last year and has secured his role at the left guard position. The other guard position is also stable with the underappreciated John Greco holding down the fort. The only question mark here is at right tackle where rookie Shon Coleman from Auburn will battle both Austin Pasztor and Michael Bowie for the starting job. I would give both Coleman and Pasztor a 40% chance each to win the job with Bowie at about a 20% chance. If somebody fills the right tackle slot well, the Browns have a making of a top-ten unit.

12. Philadelphia Eagles

Projected Starters: LT Jason Peters, LG Isaac Seumalo (rookie), C Jason Kelce, RG Brandon Brooks, RT Lane Johnson

Key Backups: Allen Barbre, Halapoulivaati Vaitai (rookie), Dennis Kelly, Matt Tobin, Andrew Gardner, Stefen Wisniewski

At 34-years old, left tackle Jason Peters is heading towards the end of his career. However he still had a strong season last year and should have another couple of seasons left in him. He is a strong left tackle. Brandon Brooks was brought over via free agency from the Houston Texans and is a big upgrade at guard. Jason Kelce does good work from his center position and is a good run blocking lineman. Lane Johnson is a 4th overall pick from the 2013 NFL Draft who has started 44 games. He is one of the best right tackles in the game and will slide over to left tackle when age catches Peters. The only battle is at left guard where rookie Isaac Seumalo will battle many players for the right to start. If the left guard situation settles nicely and Peters age doesn't come a concern, this group has top-five potential.

13. Pittsburgh Steelers

Projected Starters: LT Ryan Harris, LG Ramon Foster, C Maurkice Pouncey, RG David Decastro, RT Marcus Gilbert

Key Backups: Cody Wallace, Alejandro Villaneuva, Jerald Hawkins (rookie)

The Steelers offensive line is very good and led by veteran center Maurkice Pouncey who plays at an elite level when healthy. Unfortunately injuries have limited him over the past few seasons but he is still a great option in the middle. David Decastro is a former 1st round pick from the 2012 season who has become one of the finest guards in the NFL. Ramon Foster is a formerly undrafted linemen who has found a home at left guard while Marcus Gilbert is a solid option at right tackle. The question mark here is who wins the job at the left tackle position between Ryan Harris and Alejandro Villaneuva. Ryan Harris was brought over in free agency and should win the starting job but the 6'9 Villaneuva, a former Black Knight who earned several starts last year could win this job. Harris is serviceable at best and the weak point of an otherwise strong group. A wildcard here is rookie Jerald Hawkins who could elevate with a good camp. The LSU grad is a gifted run blocker but a real liability in the passing game.

14. Atlanta Falcons

Projected Starters: LT Jake Matthews, LG Andy Levitre, C Alex Mack, RG Chris Chester, RT Ryan Schraeder

Key Backups: Mike Person, James Stone, Tom Compton

The Falcons offensive line is certainly trending in the right direction. Blessed with two talented tackles who battle hard and consistently perform the Falcons offensive line could be outstanding in 2016. Ryan Schraeder is an interesting story as the formerly undrafted lineman from Valdosta State has become on of the best right tackles in football. At 28 years old he is in the prime of his career. Jake Matthews was the Falcons 2014 6th overall pick and he is elevating towards the top of his position. Adding Alex Mack this season could very well push the Falcons from good to great this year as the veteran center should solidify the interior of this group. Both Andy Levitre and Chris Chester are veteran, solid linemen who are not flashy but get the job done at guard. Put it all together and the Falcons could become one of the best lines in football this season.

15. Detroit Lions

Projected Starters: LT Riley Reiff, LG Laken Tomlinson, C Graham Glasgow (rookie), RG Larry Warford, RT Taylor Decker (rookie)

Key Backups: Travis Swanson, Joe Dahl (rookie), Michael Ola, Geoff Schwartz, Cornelius Lucas

For the first time in a very long time the strength of the Detroit Lions team could wind up being a young, talented offensive line. Riley Reiff and Laken Tomlinson are former first round picks both coming into their prime. They join veteran Larry Warford who quietly is one of the better guards in football. What makes this so attractive going forward is the addition of 1st round pick Taylor Decker this year from Ohio State and 3rd round pick, potential gem at center Graham Glasgow from Michigan who is nasty and physical. It may take some time for this group to gel which is why I have them ranked at 15 but I truly believe when it all comes together in Detroit, this group of five has the legitimate potential to be the top offensive line in football, battling the Cowboys for that honor. Watch out NFL, the Lions may find themselves a rushing attack very soon.

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