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Ranking the Offensive Lines
16 thru 20

16. Green Bay Packers

Projected Starters: LT Jason Spriggs (rookie) , LG Josh Sitton, C Corey Linsley, RG T.J. Lang, RT Bryan Bulaga

Key Backups: )David Bakhtiari, J.C. Tretter, Don Barclay, Lane Taylor

The Packers have a good offensive line but I do not seen an elite one here at this time. I do love the intensity and physical play of Josh Sitton at left guard and he is revered as one of the finest linemen in the game. Three other starters T.J. Lang, Corey Linsley and Bryan Bulaga are all solid players who have learned to play well together. The question mark along this line is at left tackle where incumbent David Bakthiari will battle second round pick Jason Spriggs for the starting job. I put Spriggs in as a starter above as Bakthiari struggled at times last year but it really is up for grabs. I see the Packers offensive line as above average but do not see an elite group here. A solid line in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers however is good enough to put up a ton of points.

17. New Orleans Saints

Projected Starters: LT Terron Armstead, LG Andrus Peat, C Max Unger, RG Tim Lelito, RT Zach Strief

Key Backups: Senio Kelemete, Tyrus Thompson

I think the best player on this squad is Terron Armstead, a third year pro out of tiny Arkansas-Pine Bluff. He has developed well and is one of the best tackles in the game today. The team drafted Andrus Peat last year to take over for Zach Strief at right tackle but Strief, a 32-year old former 7th round pick has elevated his play and held on to the position. Peat will likely slide into guard although he is fighting Senio Kelemete and / or Tim Lelito for the starting job. Center Max Under is a very good anchor the middle of this group. There is some potential here although I am not enamoured by the guards here and that results in an average ranking.

18. Buffalo Bills

Projected Starters: LT Cordy Glenn, LG Richie Incognito, C Eric Wood, RG John Miller, RT Cyrus Kouandijo

Key Backups: Jordan Mills, Cyril Richardson, Seantrel Henderson

It all starts up the middle with the Buffalo Bills as Eric wood is a Pro Bowl talent in the prime of his career. He is the leader of this group and as dependable as they come. Cordy Glenn is a very good, physical offensive tackle and has been signed to a long-term contract to remain a foundation piece along this group. Richie Incognito has reignited a career that was fizzling out but at 32-years of age, I am not sure he can keep up the All-Pro level he achieved last year. He is a physical nasty player though and makes this group better. John Miller is the starter at right guard but needs to get more consistent while a three player battle is underway to determine the starting right tackle. I really like what Cyrus Kouandijo brings to the table and I am picking him to start but Jordan MIlls and Seantrel Henderson will be staking a claim to it as well. All in all the Buffalo Bills have a solid group here and if they figure out the right side of the line could be outstanding. Those are big 'ifs' at this time however.

19.Chicago Bears

Projected Starters: LT Charles Leno, LG Cody Whitehair (rookie), C Hroniss Grasu, RG Kyle Long, RT Bobbie Massie

Key Backups: Manny Ramirez, Ted Larsen, Tayo Fabuluje

I am not in love with this group but do recognized that there is some upside here. Cody Whitehair was drafted out of Kansas State and he has the talent to step right in and do a great job at guard. With Kyle long expected to slide back inside to right guard after playing out of position at tackle last year, the Bears have two dynamite, young guards to build around. Bobby Massie is a decent option to slot into right tackle and the free agent pickup stepping in as tackle allows Long back to guard as stated above. I am not in love with Charles Leno and there are multiple ways the team could attempt to slide him out as a starter. He will need a good camp to remain entrenched at the position. Hroniss Grasu is a young center who is getting better but needs to continue to make improvements in his game to reach the next level. Put it together and the Bears offensive line is good enough to get it done but not great enough to be exciting. Kind of a middle of the pack group for this year.

20. Houston Texans

Projected Starters: LT Duane Brown, LG Xavier Su’a-Filo, C Nick Martin (rookie), RG Jeff Allen, RT Derek Newton

Key Backups: Tony Bergstrom, Oday Aboushi, Jeff Adams

The Houston Texans lost two good starters from a season ago in center Ben Jones (Tennessee) and guard Brandon Brooks (Philadelphia). Especially painful in the loss of Brooks as he was sensational for the Texans. The Texans recovered nicely from the loss at center by drafting a potential gem in Nick Martin of Notre Dame fame. He should be able to step in and do a great job from day one. However the loss of Brooks is more damaging as there will be a drop in play at the position. Jeff Allen is currently slotted in as the starter but the free agent pick up from Kansas City is not as talented as Brooks. There will be a huge battle for the guard positions between Allen, former 2nd round pick Xavier Su'a-Filo, the starter from last year in Oday Aboushi and a former updrafted Colombia kid, Jeff Adams. None of those players can be considered an elite player although Su'a-filo has upside. Duane Brown is a very strong left tackle when healthy but needs to show he is fully recovered from a torn quad muscle. On the other side, Derek Newton is only a marginal tackle and he needs to be pushed for playing time by somebody on the roster or the team needs to find another tackle prospect. I like a couple of the pieces here but there just isn't enough to think too highly of this group in 2016.

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