2022 NFL Offensive Line Rankings, by Positional Unit | Sharp Football (2022)

As a new feature in the 2022 Sharp Football Preview Book, the Sharp Football Analysis team ranked positional units across the league for the 2022 season.

The ranking guidelines were up to the specific voter with the only requirement that the focus is on the upcoming season only, not the future outlook.

With a combination of numbers, film, and projections, the rankings were averaged for quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers/tight ends, defensive front seven, defensive secondary, and head coach.

First up: 2022 NFL Offensive Line rankings. The entire unit was considered on the offensive line, not just the starters.

Quarterbacks | Wide Receivers/Tight Ends | Running Backs | Offensive Line | Front 7 | Secondary

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RankTeamScore
1Cleveland Browns94
2Philadelphia Eagles89
3Kansas City Chiefs89
4Detroit Lions83
5Tampa Bay Bucs81
6Baltimore Ravens74
7LA Chargers74
8Buffalo Bills72
9San Francisco 49ers70
10Indianapolis Colts66
11Green Bay Packers63
12Washington Commanders61
13LA Rams59
14Dallas Cowboys55
15Cincinnati Bengals54
16Denver Broncos49
17New England Patriots45
18New Orleans Saints44
19Jacksonville Jaguars42
20New York Jets38
21Arizona Cardinals34
22Carolina Panthers32
23New York Giants32
24Miami Dolphins25
25Las Vegas Raiders24
26Minnesota Vikings23
27Seattle Seahawks23
28Tennessee Titans19
29Houston Texans11
30Pittsburgh Steelers10
31Atlanta Falcons8
32Chicago Bears7

Score based off average ranks of positional unit (on a 100 point scale) for all 32 teams, from Sharp Football staff voters. If all voters had a team at #1, that score would be 100.

What team has the best offensive line in the NFL?

32. Chicago Bears

Our 32nd-ranked offensive line is anchored by two second-year tackles, Larry Borom and Teven Jenkins. Their youth provides some hope, but protecting a developing quarterback with such inexperienced linemen is a questionable risk.

31. Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta made the questionable decision to bring back the entirety of one of the league’s worst offensive lines. This unit allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less on 28% of dropbacks, which ranked 31st. Veteran Germain Ifedi and sixth-round rookie Justin Shaffer are the only additions to provide some small hope of improvement.

30. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh’s offensive line provided three or more rushing yards before contact at the league’s second-lowest rate. In terms of pass protection, Ben Roethlisberger’s ability to anticipate blitzes and get the ball out quickly covered up a lot of warts. With either Mitchell Trubisky or Kenny Pickett at quarterback, this unit will look even worse this season.

29. Houston Texans

The addition of rookie Kenyon Green and free agent A.J. Cann shakes things up a little, but this remains one of the league’s worst offensive line units. Houston ball carriers were contacted at or behind the line of scrimmage on 52% of their carries, the league’s worst rate.

28. Tennessee Titans

The right side of the Titans’ offensive line ranked 28th in pressure rate allowed a season ago, but Tennessee elected not to make any significant changes other than to let right tackle David Quessenberry walk. If Dillon Radunz doesn’t at least match Quessenberry’s mediocre play, this unit could be a mess.

27. Seattle Seahawks

Seattle’s offensive line has been a mess in recent years. Three new starters could turn things around, although relying on two rookies 一 Charles Cross and Abraham Lucas 一 at the tackle spots is a risky strategy in the short term.

26. Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings’ offensive line will likely start five players drafted in the first or second round since 2019. The key to the unit’s development could be Christian Darrisaw’s ability to improve in pass protection. Darrisaw ranked 25th out of 34 left tackles in pressure rate allowed.

25. Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders did virtually nothing to address the offensive line, with third-round pick Dylan Parham being the most notable addition. Brandon Parker ranked 35th out of 37 right tackles in pressure rate allowed and will compete for the job with Alex Leatherwood, who ranked 33rd out of 33 right guards in pressure rate allowed last season.

24. Miami Dolphins

Miami tried to build an offensive line through the draft and failed miserably. Last year’s unit allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less at the fourth-highest rate (27%). The additions of Terron Armstead and Connor Williams should make an impact, assuming Armstead can stay healthy.

23. New York Giants

The Giants’ offensive line made significant improvements last year. The unit provided at least three untouched yards on 27% of rushing attempts, the league’s 11th best rate. If rookie Evan Neal makes an instant impact, it’s possible we’ve underrated this group.

22. Carolina Panthers

The addition of rookie Ikem Ekwonu provides a significant boost to the offensive line. Carolina’s left tackles allowed a 7.8% pressure rate last season, ranked 30th. We ranked this unit 29th overall last year, but Ekwonu should push the offensive line towards the league average.

21. Arizona Cardinals

We were optimistic about Arizona’s restructured offensive line last offseason (the unit ranked 13th), but it failed to pan out. Arizona quarterbacks were pressured in 2.5 seconds or less on 26% of dropbacks, the league’s fourth-highest rate. The unit mostly remains intact, with Will Hernandez the lone newcomer.

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20. New York Jets

It would be easier to rank the Jets’ offensive line if we knew the status of Mekhi Becton. Votes ranged from 14th to 25th, which is probably an accurate representation of possible outcomes for this unit. Excluding short-yardage situations, the Jets’ offensive line helped pave the way for 1.2 rushing yards before contact, ranked 26th.

19. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars’ offensive line allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less at the 12th lowest rate. The addition of Brandon Scherff should improve an already respectable unit.

18. New Orleans Saints

Seven offensive linemen played at least 300 snaps for the Saints last season, with six returning. Unfortunately, the downgrade from Terron Armstead to Trevor Penning has the potential to set this unit back, at least in the short term. The Saints allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less on 20% of dropbacks, ranked 14th.

17. New England Patriots

It was tough to evaluate the Patriots’ offensive line due to the simplified offense they ran for Mac Jones. However, when Jones held the ball between 2.5 and 3.5 seconds, the Patriots allowed pressure at the eighth-lowest rate. Four of five starters return from that unit, but replacing Shaq Mason with Cole Strange will be a downgrade.

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16. Denver Broncos

A mediocre offensive line remains mostly intact, with right tackle Billy Turner the only addition. Denver’s offensive line allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less at the league’s 12th highest rate a season ago.

15. Cincinnati Bengals

The offensive line was a mess last year, but the additions of La’el Collins, Alex Cappa, and Ted Karras should push it toward the league average. If former second-round pick Jackson Carman shows signs of life after a miserable rookie year, perhaps we’ve even underrated this unit.

14. Dallas Cowboys

Dallas’s formerly dominant offensive line likely takes a step backward following the losses of Connor Williams and La’el Collins. In 2021, Tyron Smith and Collins provided elite pass protection, ranking third and 11th (out of 71) in pressure rate allowed among tackles. Terence Steele, Collins’s likely replacement, ranked 48th.

13. Los Angeles Rams

The losses of Andrew Whitworth and Austin Corbett create uncertainty along the Rams’ offensive line. Joseph Noteboom will attempt to replace Whitworth at left tackle. Over the last two seasons, Noteboom allowed more pressure than Whitworth despite playing less than half as many snaps in pass protection.

12. Washington Commanders

Washington added two new guards to the offensive line 一 Andrew Norwell and Trai Turner 一 potentially upgrading the unit. Turner and Norwell ranked 11th and 13th, respectively, in pressure rate allowed among guards last season. As a result, this unit climbed five spots in our rankings.

11. Green Bay Packers

Despite playing without David Bakhtiari in all but one game, Green Bay’s offensive line allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less at the sixth-lowest rate. There has been some turnover 一 Billy Turner and Lucas Patrick are gone after playing over 1,800 combined snaps 一 but expectations for the unit remain high due to Bakhtiari’s expected return to health.

10. Indianapolis Colts

Colts running backs were contacted at or behind the line of scrimmage on 49% of carries, ranked 27th. If the offensive line can more efficiently block for Jonathan Taylor, Indy’s run game could reach a truly elite level. Votes for the unit ranged from fourth to 17th.

9. San Francisco 49ers

There’s been some turnover on the 49ers’ offensive line, most notably the retirement of center Alex Mack. However, a line anchored by Trent Williams and Mike McGlinchey still has a high ceiling.

8. Buffalo Bills

The Bills’ patchwork offensive line 一 they don’t have a single former first-round pick on the depth chart 一 has developed into one of the league’s steadiest units. The offensive line’s growth has allowed for consistent run-game production despite the lack of backfield talent. In 2021, Buffalo’s running backs picked up at least three yards before contact on 24% of attempts, the league’s 10th best rate.

7. Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers’ offensive line allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less at the ninth-lowest rate. The addition of rookie Zion Johnson should help stabilize the right side of the line. Right tackle remains a weak link, however, where Storm Norton ranked 32nd out of 37 qualified players in pressure rate allowed.

6. Baltimore Ravens

We’re betting on good health for the Ravens’ offensive line because it was one of the league’s worst units a season ago. Ravens quarterbacks were pressured in 2.5 seconds or less at a league-worst rate of 28%. The return of Ronnie Stanley and the additions of Tyler Linderbaum and Morgan Moses should get the unit back on track.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa’s exceptional offensive line lost guards Ali Marpet and Alex Cappa, but replaced them with Shaq Mason and second-round pick Luke Goedeke. It’s probably a slight downgrade, but the tackles are the true anchors of this unit. Donovan Smith ranked ninth among left tackles in pressure rate allowed, and Tristan Wirfs ranked second among right tackles.

4. Detroit Lions

After Taylor Decker returned in Week 9, Detroit’s offensive line allowed pressure in 2.5 seconds or less on 17.3% of dropbacks, the fourth-lowest rate over that span. Decker’s return also shifted Penei Sewell to right tackle, where he ranked fifth in the league in pressure rate allowed.

3. Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City’s rebuilt offensive line lived up to expectations last season and the entire unit returns. This line provided at least three yards before contact for Chiefs running backs on 30% of their carries, the league’s highest rate.

2. Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles’ offensive line received some first-place votes and looks like a potentially dominant unit. The key to its success, however, will be good health. Philly had 14 different offensive line combinations on the field together for at least 10 snaps last season, the league’s fourth-most.

1. Cleveland Browns

The Browns are our top-ranked offensive line for the second straight year, however, Cleveland did not receive a single first-place vote. This ranking quirk occurred because the Browns were second on every ballot, while those receiving first-place votes had a wider overall range. Despite losing center J.C. Tretter, there’s still considerable optimism for this unit.

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FAQs

Who has the best Oline 2022? ›

2022 Offensive Line Rankings
  • Philadelphia Eagles. This is the premier offensive line in the current NFL, stocked with talent and experience, including the coaching staff. ...
  • Kansas City Chiefs. ...
  • Detroit Lions. ...
  • Cleveland Browns. ...
  • Green Bay Packers. ...
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (was No. ...
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  • Los Angeles Rams.
25 Aug 2022

Which NFL team has best O line? ›

Kansas City Chiefs

That gives the Chiefs what is arguably the top interior line in the league heading into the season. Orlando Brown's 81% run block win rate was second-highest in the league last season among offensive tackles.

Do the Rams have a good offensive line? ›

That confidence is not just in the Rams' building, as PFF recently ranked the Rams' offensive line as the 11th best unit ahead of the season. There's no completely replacing the retired Andrew Whitworth for the Rams' offensive line, but one of the most underrated offensive linemen in the NFL is taking his place.

What is the average weight of the Alabama offensive line? ›

At 6-foot-7, 350ish pounds, the Alabama offensive tackle's athleticism to size ratio is, well, notable. Last August, a 2-second video from Crimson Tide director of sports science Matt Rhea showed Neal doing a box jump inside the football complex.

How many NFL teams are there? ›

What is the Broncos offensive line ranked? ›

With a predicted pass-blocking rank at No. 5 and a predicted run-blocking rank at No. 6, the Broncos seem to have a balanced unit, according to Walder. Turner signed only a one-year, $2.5 million dollar deal this offseason despite PBWRs of 92% (11th overall at tackle) in 2021 and 94% (third) in 2020.

What NFL team has the easiest schedule 2022? ›

What NFL team has the easiest schedule in 2022: Based on projected win totals, the New York Giants have the easiest strength of schedule for the 2022 NFL season.

Who is the best center in the NFL right now? ›

1. Rodney Hudson, Arizona Cardinals. No NFL center has come close to touching Hudson's level of pass-protecting prowess over the past decade. If you line up the highest pass-blocking grades for all qualifying center seasons since 2015, Hudson owns each of the top five spots for his work from 2015 to 2019.

Who is on the Rams defensive line? ›

Defense
PositionFirstSecond
DTAaron DonaldMichael Hoecht
OLBJustin Hollins Terrell Lewis
OLBLeonard FloydKeir Thomas
ILBErnest JonesJake Hummel
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What is Whitworth salary? ›

Estimated Career Earnings
YearSalaryEarnings
2017$7,500,000$12,500,000
2018$1,015,000$11,000,000
2019$10,250,000$11,500,000
2020$5,000,000$10,050,928
18 more rows

Who is the shortest D1 lineman? ›

As for the smallest players in today's FBS, sophomore deep snapper Peyton Yanagi from Oregon is 5'9″ and 191. The smallest offensive lineman is Navy starting senior left tackle Kurt Stengel (6'4″ 256).

Who is the biggest person in college football? ›

MINNEAPOLIS -- The biggest player in college football doesn't have much to say about the subject of being the biggest player in college football. At 6-feet-9 and 400 pounds, Daniel Faalele fills a jersey and pads like no other.

How good do you have to be to play D1 football? ›

The NCAA requires a 2.5 grade-point average to qualify, but that's the minimum. You don't settle for the minimum on the field, so don't in the classroom.

Who has the smallest NFL stadium? ›

This Share
  • There are 30 stadiums in the NFL.
  • Three stadiums have a base capacity of at least 80,000.
  • Soldier Field is the smallest NFL stadium.
19 Sept 2022

What state has the most NFL teams? ›

2. Which states have the most number of NFL teams? A: California and Florida, with three NFL teams each. 3.

What state does not have a football team? ›

Some states without NFL teams, such as Alabama, Iowa, and Oklahoma — have strong college football programs that could overshadow any NFL teams that relocated there. The other states that don't have NFL teams include Arkansas, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, and South Dakota.

Is Broncos O line good? ›

The Denver Broncos offensive line finished 19th in the league in 2021 when ranked by Pro Football Focus. Despite the team performing poorly in 2021, the offensive line wasn't necessarily horrible. In fact, rookie Javonte Williams managed to find great success running behind that o-line.

What was the Bengals offensive line ranked? ›

The additions of Alex Cappa, Ted Karras and La'el Collins impressed Pro Football Focus. The Bengals are ranked eighth in their offensive line rankings.

Who is the greatest left tackle of all time? ›

Art Shell. Art Shell was a left tackle for the Oakland Raiders (originally Los Angeles Raiders) for an astounding 15 seasons. He played a total of 207 games, including 23 postseason games. Shell was selected to eight Pro Bowls and was a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Raiders in 1977 and 1981.

Who has the toughest NFL Schedule for 2022? ›

Kansas City has the toughest 2022 schedule of any NFL team, according to PFF. The Patriots, Dolphins, Raiders and Bills round out the top five. It's no coincidence that all five teams are from the same two divisions.

Which NFL team has easiest schedule? ›

Which NFL teams have the easiest schedule in the 2022-23 regular season?
  • Cowboys: 133-155-1 (.462) ...
  • Eagles: 133-154-2 (.464) ...
  • Giants: 134-154-1 (.465) ...
  • Lions: 135-154 (.467)
12 May 2022

What determines NFL strength of schedule? ›

Our NFL Strength of Schedule rankings represents the average difficulty of those opponents that each team has faced or will face during the 2022 season. The strength of an opponent is determined by their ranking in our 2022 Composite NFL Power Rankings.

Who's the best NFL player of all time? ›

Jerry Rice

Who has the most 100 yard receiving games? ›

Jerry Rice had the most games with 100+ receiving yards, with 76 games.

What's the average salary for a center in the NFL? ›

The average salary of N F L Building Center is $138,347 in the United States.

How much do NFL centers make? ›

Center Contracts
PlayerTeamAvg./Year
Chase RoullierCommanders$10,125,000
Rodney HudsonCardinals$10,000,000
Mitch MorseBills$9,750,000
Connor McGovernJets$9,000,000
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Who is the best defensive player on the Rams? ›

Kyle Brandt: Los Angeles Rams defensive end Aaron Donald is the 'best defensive player' any Belichick team has faced. The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses who has a tougher task in Super Bowl LIII: The New England Patriots or the Los Angeles Rams.

Do the Rams have the best defensive line? ›

Yet, Pro Football Focus still views their defensive line as the best in the NFL. PFF's Ben Linsey ranked the Rams No. 1 on his list of the best defensive lines in football, leading the “Elite” tier.

Who is the best defensive player on the Los Angeles Rams? ›

It is no secret that Los Angeles Rams star Aaron Donald is one of the best defensive tackles in all of the NFL. Since entering the league in 2014, Donald has never missed a Pro Bowl and has been named a First-Team All-Pro by the Associated Press in each of the last seven seasons.

What is Cooper Kupp salary? ›

Kupp and the Rams restructured his previous contract of three years and $47 million total. For the next four seasons, Kupp will make $2.3 million per year in restructured money in addition to his base salary and roster bonus. Those roster bonuses become fully guaranteed on the third day of the league year.

Who is richest NFL player? ›

The list is loaded with quarterbacks, with Tom Brady recently taking over the top spot. Below are the 34 highest-paid players in NFL history, heading into the 2022 season and updated with the help of data from Spotrac.com.

What is Tom Brady's career earnings? ›

He finished with $235,166,804 in career earnings from his 20 seasons in New England, where he won six Super Bowls. Brady's salaries often fluctuated, but he peaked in his final year with the Patriots in 2019, when he made $23 million.

What happened to Todd Gurley? ›

Life now is different, but Gurley has taken a shine to life away from the NFL. He is now a part-owner of the Fan Controlled Football League's Beast, and while he is content with his new professional endeavors, he is quick to point out he is happy away from the gridiron.

Why did Jalen Ramsey change his number 5? ›

Los Angeles Rams CB Jalen Ramsey talks about what led him to choosing five as his new jersey number, his confidence in the secondary some of its departures in free agency, and blending last year's defense with new defensive coordinator Raheem Morris' vision. Your video will be available shortly.

Who is the slot receiver for the Rams? ›

Cooper Kupp was viewed as a slot receiver when the Rams drafted him in 2017, appearing to lack the top-end speed and athleticism to win consistently outside. While it's true that he's not close to being the fastest receiver in football, he doesn't need speed to get open.

What team has the easiest NFL schedule 2022? ›

What NFL team has the easiest schedule in 2022: Based on projected win totals, the New York Giants have the easiest strength of schedule for the 2022 NFL season.

How good is the Bills O-line? ›

On Buffalo's offensive line, PFF only thought of them as the 20th best O-line in the NFL. The Bills signed veteran Rodger Saffold this offseason, adding him to the middle of their offensive line with Mitch Morse and Ryan Bates. What PFF's analysis came down to is the outside of the line.

Is the Falcons O-line good? ›

Falcons News: PFF ranks Atlanta's offensive line as No. 28.

Is the Bengals offensive line good? ›

The Bengals are ranked eighth in their offensive line rankings. "This is the most improved offensive line in the NFL, at least on paper," Mike Renner wrote.

Who has the toughest NFL schedule in 2022? ›

Kansas City has the toughest 2022 schedule of any NFL team, according to PFF. The Patriots, Dolphins, Raiders and Bills round out the top five. It's no coincidence that all five teams are from the same two divisions.

Who has the easiest strength of schedule in NFL? ›

Which NFL teams have the easiest schedule in the 2022-23 regular season?
  • Cowboys: 133-155-1 (.462) ...
  • Eagles: 133-154-2 (.464) ...
  • Giants: 134-154-1 (.465) ...
  • Lions: 135-154 (.467)
12 May 2022

What determines NFL strength of schedule? ›

Our NFL Strength of Schedule rankings represents the average difficulty of those opponents that each team has faced or will face during the 2022 season. The strength of an opponent is determined by their ranking in our 2022 Composite NFL Power Rankings.

Who has the best O line? ›

As we the 2022 season kicks off, the following are the best offensive lines in the league.
  • #1: Philadelphia Eagles. ...
  • #2: Cleveland Browns. ...
  • #3: Kansas City Chiefs. ...
  • #4: Baltimore Ravens. ...
  • #5: New England Patriots. ...
  • #6: Dallas Cowboys. ...
  • #7: Detroit Lions. ...
  • #8: Green Bay Packers.
23 Aug 2022

Who is the greatest left tackle of all time? ›

Art Shell. Art Shell was a left tackle for the Oakland Raiders (originally Los Angeles Raiders) for an astounding 15 seasons. He played a total of 207 games, including 23 postseason games. Shell was selected to eight Pro Bowls and was a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Raiders in 1977 and 1981.

Who is the best left tackle in the NFL? ›

Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys

From 2012 through 2019, you could argue every season — pretty convincingly — that Tyron Smith was the NFL's best left tackle. That's how you get eight Pro Bowls, two First-Team All-Pro nods, and your name in the Hall of Fame's All-2010s Team.

How many sacks has Jake Matthews given up? ›

Blocking
Offense Snaps Played1029
Pass Block Snaps Played
Run Block Snaps Played
Penalties6
Sacks Allowed3
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Who are Atlanta Falcons offensive line? ›

Offense
Position1st2nd
TEKyle PittsAnthony Firkser
LTJake MatthewsRick Leonard
LGElijah WilkinsonJalen Mayfield
CMatt Hennessy Drew DalmanRyan Neuzil
7 more rows

Who did the Falcons draft in 2022? ›

The Falcons selected Southern California wide receiver Drake London with the eighth overall selection of the 2022 NFL Draft. In three seasons (2019-21) at USC, London recorded 160 receptions for 2,153 yards (13.5 avg.) and 15 touchdowns in 27 games (23 starts) for the Trojans.

Did the Bengals improve their o line? ›

According to PFF, the Bengals offensive line went from being one of the worst last year to among the best in 2022 – ranked among the “Tier 2: High Floor” offensive line units and the eighth best overall. “This is the most improved offensive line in the NFL, at least on paper,” wrote Michael Renner.

How many sacks did Alex Cappa give up last year? ›

He was a key performer on an offensive line that allowed a league-low 23 sacks and led the NFL with a 3.15% sacks per pass play rate. Pro Football Focus credited Cappa with allowing only five sacks on the season and committing just one penalty.

Is Joe Mixon good for fantasy? ›

In PFN's consensus 2022 PPR fantasy rankings, Mixon sits eighth overall as the fourth-ranked RB.

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