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Greatest Offensive Linemen of All Time

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Ranking the big guys that push the pile

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Bruce Matthews Report Abuse
14 Pro Bowls at Guard and Center - NFL Record 9 times First Team All Pro
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Number 1!!!!!!! Definently not. maybe number 8.
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Not arguing with Matthews accomplishments but he did not play more seasons than any other lineman. That honor belongs to long time Rams OT Jackie Slater
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The Greatest Offensive Linemen is the category, so Bruce is number 1. We can argue there were better guards, center and tackles than him, but no single person was better at all the position. Bruce was “ALL PRO First Team” at both center and guard as well as he started in the NFL as a Tackle. He proved be can play any position at the highest level of competition and excel. He also excelled at both run and pass blocking: he pushed the line forward for the great Earl Campbell (Hall of Fame) and Eddie George and three other 1000 yard rushers; he passed blocked for Warren Moon (Hall of Fame) for 3 – 3000 yd passing seasons and 2 – 4000 yd season. In addition he has the record for most All Pro selections (14) with Merlin Olsen.
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Elected to the Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility Played more games (296) than any other positional player in NFL history and more seasons (19) than any other offensive linemen NFL 1990s All-Decade Team
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Anthony Muñoz Report Abuse
The number three pick in 1980 by the Cincinnati Bengals. He played 164 out of a possible 168 games in a 10 year span. He was selected to 11 straight pro bowls, was named an all pro 11 straight seasons, was named the NFL offensive lineman of the year in 1981, 1987 and 1988, and the NFL Players Association lineman of the year in 1981, 1985, 1988 and 1989.
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Best OL ever.
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Totaly deserves it. He could arguably be number 1.
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I'm a Cowboy fan but I have been watching football since 1981. I don't think there is even a question that Anthony Munoz is the greatest offensive lineman of all time. Man was an absolute wall.
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John Hannah Report Abuse
Gee, First team all 75th anniversary team. John Madden said if he were starting a team he would start with Hannah (didn't he also coach Shell)
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9× Pro Bowl selection (1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) 10× All-Pro selection (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) 2× All-America Selection (1971, 1972) NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team NFL 1980s All-Decade Team NFL 1970s All-Decade Team NFLPA Offensive Lineman of the Year (1978, 1979, 1980, 1981) NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year (1984) In 1991, he became the first Patriots player to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Randall McDaniel Report Abuse
291 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 1 comment
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In the Football Hall of Fame - 12 Times All Pro - 9 Times First Team All Pro - NFL 1990s All-Decade Team
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Mike Munchak Report Abuse
Pro Football Hall of Fame Member in 2001. 9 time Pro Bowl Guard 4 time all Pro. He is currently the best offensive line coach in the NFL
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We is now Head Coach of Tennessee Titans
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Larry Allen Report Abuse
Allen was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1994, and is considered to be the strongest player in NFL history. Allen impressed scouts with his 900-lb squat and deadlift and 700-lb bench press. Allen played in the pro bowl 11 times, at three different offensive line positions, and was named eight times as an all pro. He's a member of the 90's all NFL team and has appeared in more pro bowls than any other Dallas Cowboys offensive player.
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Maybe the best G ever.
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No way!!! he was the best guard of all time.
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Bench 700 pounds
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First Year of Eligibility for Hall of Fame is 2013
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Russ Grimm Report Abuse
The Hogs were what made the Washington Redskins 3 time Super Bowl Champions. It’s a disgrace that Grimm and Jacoby are not in the Hall Of Fame.
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Too early to tell about Grimm as a coach... The Cardinals are weak in every position. Grimm has coached as an O-line coach with 2 diffrerent teams that played in the Super Bowl. (Steelers & Cards)
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Grimm certainly is not going to get in the HOF as a coach. The Cardinals offensive line has been consistently terrible with him as o-line coach.
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Russ Grimm- HOF-2010
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In the Football Hall of Fame – 4 Times All Pro - 3 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1980s All-Decade Teams
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Walter Jones Report Abuse
Amazing, but injury prone
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Injury prone doesn't fit Walter Jones. He was one of the most solid and dependable players ever. How can 180 career starts in 12 seasons be considered injury prone? He had only one major career injury and it ultimately led to his retirement at age 36.
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Dominant player who had a long career despite being unable to take pain medications. A pleasure to watch, with a 10+ play highlight reel from every game. Favorite food? Pancakes, baby.
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Should be top 5. Shaun Alexander was MVP because of Walter Jones leading that offensive line.
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Should be way higher than 13. Dominate. Period.
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Injury prone? What are you smoking? Just one season on IR (2009) and 180 starts in 12 seasons.
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Walter Jones was the best player on the best teams in Seattle Seahawks history. In my view, there wasn't a close second on those mid-2000s teams even though quite a few players reached Pro Bowls. One, Shaun Alexander, was league MVP.
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9 Times All Pro - 4 Times First Team All Pro - NFL 2000s All-Decade Team First Year of Eligibility for Hall of Fame 2015
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Mike Webster Report Abuse
180 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 1 comment
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This Steeler Center is in the Football Hall of Fame – 9 Times All Pro - 9 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1970 and 1980s All-Decade Teams – NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team – 4 Super Bowl Championships
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Joe Jacoby Report Abuse
Joe Gibbs is rightfully given credit for winning 3 Super Bowls with 3 different QB’s. There were also several different RB’s that had success on those Redskin teams (Riggins, Rogers, Bryant, Byner, even Timmy Smith); the one constant factor was the HOGS.
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Was a beast on the Reskins O-line...
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4× Pro Bowl selection (1983-86) 2× Associated Press first-team All-Pro selection (1983, 1984) 1980s All-Decade Teams
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Forrest Gregg Report Abuse
Vince Lombardi called him "best player I ever coached". All-NFL eight straight years, 1960-1967. . . Played in nine Pro Bowls. . . Played on seven NFL championship teams, three Super Bowl winners.
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who cares
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Steve Wisniewski Report Abuse
Eight time pro bowl selection tied at the time with Art Shell for most as a Raider, named to the NFL 1990's All Decade Team, at one time was voted to SI's dirtiest player in the NFL.
152 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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Just joined the raiders as assistant offensive line coach. It makes no sense that he hasn't been voted to the hall of fame yet
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Jim Otto Report Abuse
James Edwin Otto. . .Anchored Raiders' offensive line for 15 years. . . Noted for pride, dedication, leadership, intelligence . . .Sure-handed ball-snapper, superior blocker with wide range. . .Overcame numerous injuries to play 308 games, including six AFL/AFC title games, Super Bowl II, 12-all-star contests. . .Named all-league 12 straight years, 1960-1971, second-team All-NFL, 1972. . .AFL's only all-league center. . . Named to all-time AFL team, 1969. . .Also All-AFC in 1970, 1971, 1972. . .Born January 5, 1938, in Wausau, Wisconsin.
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Was the only All-Star Center that the AFC ever had. The guy was All-League/All-Star 13 of his 15 seasons in the league. Hands down the best and arguably toughest Center in NFL History. # 10× AFL All-Star selection, (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969) # 3× Pro Bowl selection (1970, 1971, 1972) # 10× All-AFL selection (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969) # 3× All-Pro selection (1970, 1971, 1972)
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Jonathan Ogden Report Abuse
134 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 3 comments
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Top 10 OT ever, maybe 2nd or 3rd overall.
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Ogden is way underrated he is the 15th best player all time in my poionion
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11 Times All Pro - 6 Times First Team All Pro - NFL 2000s All-Decade Team - First Year of Eligibility for Hall of Fame 2013
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Dicky Robb Report Abuse
Played with 2 shin splints, 2 messed up shoulders, both sides of the ball, and was team captain. However it took him half an hour to get ready for practices and games.
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great.....number 14 LOL
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Who created this list ? If this person really is just a high school player, this list is a farce.
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not real... some kind of high school kid
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Dicky was the most mentally tough individual i have ever had the privledge of coaching. He was also the leader of the team and the smartest most raw football mind i have ever seen.
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Dicky was the toughest guy i ever played against (Kaien Moon)
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WHAT A FREAKING MAN!
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Tokie says: Dicky Robb is a beast!!!!! no one can beat him
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Dicky Robb is a beast
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The greatest cut blocker ive ever seen!
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even Coach Lamenza called him coach
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What a Beast, Watched this guy play was an animal!
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Art Shell Report Abuse
Drafted in the third round in 1968 by the Oakland Raiders, Shell didn't become the everyday starter until 1971. He was either a first or second team all pro for six straight seasons and was selected to eight straight pro bowls. Shell played in 23 playoff games, eight AFL/AFC championship games and two super bowls victories.
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Gary Zimmerman Report Abuse
112 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 1 comment
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This Tackle is in the Football Hall of Fame – 7 Times All Pro - 5 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1990s and 2000s All-Decade Teams - Started Career in USFL - 2 times All USFL and USFL All Time Team
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Orlando Pace Report Abuse
Pace was so dominant in college they came up with the term "Pancake" for how he would flatten opponents. He was a seven time pro-bowler and 5 time All-Pro and is sure to be a Hall of Famer. Any conversation of the best of all time needs to have Pace in it as well. It's hard to rank the best all time, it may be better with best Tackle, Guard, and Center. This list has a ton of good ones on it.
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It's criminal that Pace isn't already in the Hall of Fame.
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Dan Dierdorf Report Abuse
Dierdorf was drafted as a second round pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1971. He was named to six Pro Bowls and five All-Pro seasons during his 13 seasons. He was the fire starter for an offensive line that permitted the fewest sacks in the NFC for five straight years in the mid-1970s.
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Dan was one of the best ever!!!! In 2 years straight he didn't even give up a sack!!! I think he should be around 12.
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Dierdorf was dominent and modest, number 13 is his rank really
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Great announcer and great guy!
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Great linemen horrible announcer and all around jerk
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Gene Upshaw Report Abuse
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This Guard is in the Football Hall of Fame – 6 Times All Pro - 4 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1970s All-Decade Teams– 2 Super Bowl Championships
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Roosevelt Brown Report Abuse
66 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 2 comments
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Roosevelt and Bob Brown are both all-time great OTs.
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This Giant Tackle is in the Football Hall of Fame – 9 Times Pro Bowl – NFL’s 75th Anniversary Team - NFL 1950s All-Decade Team – NFL Championship
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Will Shields Report Abuse
This Chieif Guard is a 12 Times All Pro - 9 Times First Team All Pro - NFL 2000s All-Decade Team - First Year of Eligibility for Hall of Fame 2011
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This must be a typo. Shields was a 2 time Associated Press first team all pro, not a 12 time selection. The Sporting News gave him an additional first team all pro, giving him a total of 3 years as a first team all pro selection.
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Jim Lachey Report Abuse
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Of the OTs I've seen, only Munoz and Ogden were better.
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SKINS fan. No bad words for Grimm and Jacoby but...I think Lachey should be higher on the list over them.
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Was also part of the infamous Hogs! Hail!
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Never let in a single sack in his entire career. No argument. The best Left Tackle of all time.
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This Charger, Raider and Redskin Tackle has:– 3 Pro Bowls – 1 Super Bowl Championship
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Jackie Slater Report Abuse
Slater was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1976 NFL Draft, and is tied for third all-time for the most seasons played in the history of the league. Slater was voted to play in seven Pro Bowls, and made it to Super Bowl XIV with the Rams in 1979.
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In the Pro Football Hall of Fame
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Steve Hutchinson Report Abuse
This Seahawk and Viking is Still Active– 7 All Pro selections – 6 Times First Team All Pro - 2000s All-Decade Team
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Quietly one of the most productive and consistent Guards of all time. Definitely deserves to be in the top 30.
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Ron Yary Report Abuse
7 Pro Bowls, 6 All-Pro's, he was just a dominating T for the Vikings. He's at least a top 10 O-Linemen, I don't know how he hasn't been listed yet.
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Jerry Kramer Report Abuse
52 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 2 comments
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Named by the NFL Network as the # 1 Greatest Player NOT in the Hall of Fame. If people knew their history, he'd be in the top ten.
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This Packer Guard Played 11 years – 3 Pro Bowls – 5 Times First Team All Pro - 2 Super Bowl Championship - In NFL Network's Top 10 list of players not in the hall of fame, he was rated #1.
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Dwight Stevenson Report Abuse
52 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 3 comments
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Stephenson should be in the Top 10. He was as good a center as fellow Alabamian John Hannah was a guard. Only difference was that he had a very short career due to injury,
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Despite the brevity of his career, in 1999, he was ranked number 84 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. I have watched football since 1969 and he is the best center I ever saw.
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This Dolphin Center is in the Football Hall of Fame – Played only 7 Seasons - 5 Times All Pro - 5 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1980s All-Decade Team
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Willie Roaf Report Abuse
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HALL OF FAMER
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This Saint and Chief Tackle is eligible for the Football Hall of Fame in 2011– 11 Times All Pro – 6 Times First Team All Pro - NFL 1990s and 2000s All-Decade Team s
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Stan walters Report Abuse
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John Runyan Report Abuse
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Maybe not HOF worthy but an absolute beast who was one of the best OTs of his time.
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he was one of the most physcal lineman in the nfl at one time and when need be he could pull out in a screen and lead block
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Tony Boselli Report Abuse
This Tackle was the Jaguars first ever draft pick and played 7 years - 5 Times All Pro - 3 Times first team All Pro -NFL 1990s All-Decade Team
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Injuries ended his career when then Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin consistently pressed him to play injured. Was one of the most dominant pass blocking tackles of all time; would put defenders on the ground. Would have gone on to be one of top 10 tackles of all time.
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May have been one of the best ever if not for knee issues.
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Robert Stanford "Bob" Brown Report Abuse
Played from 1964 (2nd overall pick) to 1973 playing for the Eagles, Rams, and Raiders. Earned 6 pro-bowls and was part of an offensive line with the Raiders that eventually would have 4 Hall of Farmers (Brown, Otto, Shell, and Upshaw). That group is arguably the best offensive line in history. Was a 5 time All-Pro and was a member of the NFL All 60's team.
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Absolute mauler. Hall of Famer.
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Jim Parker Report Abuse
First full-time offensive lineman named to Pro Football Hall of Fame. This Colt was All-NFL eight straight years, 1958-1965. . . Played half of 11-year career at tackle, half at guard. . . Played in eight Pro Bowl games. In the middle of the 1962 season he was moved to left guard and at year’s end was named All-Pro at both tackle and guard. Two-time All-America, Outland Trophy winner
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Alan Faneca Report Abuse
This Steeler, Jet and Cardinal Guard is Still Active– 9 All Pro selections – 6 Times First Team All Pro - 2000s All-Decade Team - Super Bowl Champion
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Good borderline great but not in the same class as Wisniewski, McDaniel, Hannah, and Upshaw for interior linemen.
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Dermontti Dawson Report Abuse
Speaking of great interior linemen like Wisniewski how about the 7 time pro bowler that also made the NFL 1990's All Decade Team.
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Deserved the HOF. Top 10 center.
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7 consecutive pro bowls and 6 consecutive AP first team All Pro selections. Much bigger (heavier) than most hall of fame centers.
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Jim Ringo Report Abuse
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This Packer and Eagle Center is in the Football Hall of Fame – 10 Times All Pro - 6 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1960s All-Decade Team – 2 Super Bowl Championships
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Jeff Saturday Report Abuse
Backbone of the Colts offense for the past decade. 4x Pro Bowl and 4x All-Pro.
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Don Mosebar Report Abuse
Was only the third starting Center in Raiders history follwing Otto and Dave Dalby. Was a 3 time pro-bowler and 1st round pick out of USC. With Steve Wisniewski (1989-2001) on his left and Max Montoya (1990-1994) on his right, Mosebar anchored a trio of outstanding blockers combining for nine Pro Bowl appearances in the five years they were together (1990-1994),
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Sad this is the only mention of Dave Dalby, THE 2nd center the Raiders had for 14 of their 1st 29 yrs, Dave was in 3 Super Bowl wins and 1 of 3 original Raiders to be on each Super Bowl team & a pro bowl ! All Americam UCLA top 100 all time and Hall of fame, Never missed a game, What does a guy have to do to get respect?
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Revie Sorey Report Abuse
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Greatly underrated G who blocked for Walter Payton.
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Chicago Bear Offensive Linemen
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Rayfield Wright Report Abuse
This Cowboy was known as “Big Cat,” earned first- or second-team All-NFL honors six consecutive times (1971-1976). . .Selected to play in Pro Bowl following each of those seasons. . .Started in six NFC championship games and played in five Super Bowls. . .Named to NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1970s.
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In Football Hall Of Hame
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Joe DeLamielleure Report Abuse
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This Bill Guard is in the Football Hall of Fame – 6 Times All Pro - 6 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1970s All-Decade Teams
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Jim Langer Report Abuse
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This Dolphin Center is in the Football Hall of Fame – 6 Times All Pro – 4 Times First Team All Pro – NFL 1970s All-Decade Team – 2 Super Bowl Championships
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Noah Jackson Report Abuse
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Along with Revie Sorey opened holes for Walter Payton when the bears had nothing else going for it.
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NFL Lineman that played for the Bears and the Bucs from 1975-84 should not be on the list of greatest
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Bear and Buccaneer Guard
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Olin Kreutz Report Abuse
This Bear Center has 6 Pro Bowl Appearences and member NFL 2000s All Decade Team.
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Should be higher he put together a hall of fame quality career in chicago. He was the only consistent part of a line that has been a revolving door since he came out of the draft. Not to mention the number of quarterbacks and offensive coordinators he played for this guy has learned a new system almost every year. The one argument against him is he isn't comfortable snapping in the shotgun.
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Gene Hickerson Report Abuse
Lead blocker for three Hall of Fame running backs – Jim Brown, Bobby Mitchell, and Leroy Kelly. . . All-NFL five consecutive seasons, 1966-1970. . .Voted to six straight Pro Bowls. . .Browns posted 1,000-yard rusher in 9 of Hickerson’s first 10 seasons, featured league’s leading rusher seven times
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In Football Hall of Fame
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Kevin Mawae Report Abuse
This Center was first team NFL 2000 Decade Team. 9 times Pro Bowler and first team All Pro with 2 differnet teams the Jets and Titans.
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Bob Brown Report Abuse
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You have this guy on the list twice.
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This Eagle and Ram Tackle is in the Football Hall of Fame – 6 Times Pro Bowl – 5 Time First Team All Pro- NFL 1960s All-Decade Team
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Jay Hilgenberg Report Abuse
7 - time All Pro, 7- time Pro Bowler Super Bowl Winner in 1985 with Chicago
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Bob St. Clair Report Abuse
This 49er was named first- or second-team All-NFL nine times and was selected to play in five Pro Bowls. At 6-9 and 265 pounds, St. Clair's mere presence on the football field tended to intimidate many opponents. Nick named the "Geek" by teammates because of flamboyant lifestyle.
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Should be in top 10 he is incredible.
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The nickname of "Geek" came from circus performers "geeks" who would bite the heads off of live chickens. St. Clair earned the nickname because he was so intimidating and considered a dirty player.
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Ron Mix Report Abuse
20 points - added 5 years ago by pxc0 - 1 comment
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This Charger Tackle is in the Football Hall of Fame – 9 Times All AFL – 6 Times First Team All AFL
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Tom Mack Report Abuse
This Ram was extremely durable, never missed a game during 184-game career. Named to 11 Pro Bowls. and .All-NFL five times.
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Stan Jones Report Abuse
Chicago Bear and Redskin played tackle, 1954; guard, 1955-1962. .All-NFL, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1960. . .Played in seven straight Pro Bowls, 1956-1962. First to rely on weight-lifting to attain football readiness
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Willie Anderson Report Abuse
Four time pro-bowl and three time All-Pro first team selection and right tackle cornerstone for the hapless Bengals of the 90's.
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Lou Creekmur Report Abuse
All-NFL guard, 1951, 1952. . .All-NFL tackle, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957. . .Selected for eight Pro Bowls, twice as guard, six times as tackle. . . Played on three Lions NFL title teams.
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In the Football Hall of Fame
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Mel Hein Report Abuse
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This Giant Center is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame - Played 15 seasons for the Giants (1931-45) and never missed a down due to injury. He is the only offensive lineman to win the NFL MVP award (1938) and he helped the Giants win the championship that season. - NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team - NFL 1930s All-Decade Team
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George Trafton Report Abuse
He was the first center to snap the ball with one hand and one time injured 5 players in 1 quarter
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Richmond Webb Report Abuse
This Dolphin and Bengal was a 7 time Pro Bowl selection (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996) ; 5 time All-Pro selection (1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995) as well as a NFL 1990s All-Decade 2nd Team member
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Most definitely should be in the Hall of Fame.
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Larry Little Report Abuse
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Top 10 G. Criminal that he's so far down on this list.
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This Dolphin and Charger Guard is in the Football Hall of Fame – 5 Times All Pro – 1 All AFL - NFL 1970s All-Decade Team – 2 Super Bowl Championships
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Cal Hubbard Report Abuse
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This Giant, Packer and Pirate is the only member of both the Football and Baseball’s Halls of Fame - NFL 1920s All-Decade Team – Was a MLB Umpire
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Bob Talamini Report Abuse
This Oiler and Jet Guard was a 3 Times All AFL – 3 Times All Pro - 2 time AFL Champion and Super Bowl Champion - AFL All Time Team Member
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John Gerak Report Abuse
Best pulling guard in the NFL and could play left and right guard. Never missed a practice and was the hardest worker in the league.
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Randy Cross Report Abuse
6x All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowl, 3x Super Bowl Champion, played 13 years and excelled at both center and guard. Top lineman during the 49ers dynasty.
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Walt Sweeney Report Abuse
This Charger and Redskin Guard was a 6 Times All AFL – 3 Times All Pro - AFL All Time Team Member
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Bob Kuechenberg Report Abuse
This Dolphin wa 6 time Pro Bowl selection (1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1982, 1983) and a 3 time All-Pro selection (1975, 1978)
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Max Montoya Report Abuse
Drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 7th round (168th overall) of the 1979 NFL Draft) was a four time pro bowl guard for the Bengals and Raiders. Played on two Bengal Super Bowl Teams. Had a 16 year career and at age 37 went to his final Pro Bowl game.
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Mark Stepnoski Report Abuse
Played Center for Both the Cowboys and Oiler 5 Pro Browl selections and 2 Super Bowls
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No way Stepnoski should be ranked so low. Defensive players were scared of this guy.
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Jon Kolb Report Abuse
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This Steeler left Tackle Played 177 games over 12 years – No Pro Bowls – 4 Super Bowl Championship
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Jim Tyrer Report Abuse
This Texan , Chief and Redskin Tackle was 8 times All AFL - 2 times All Pro - All AFL All Time Team - Super Bowl Championship
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I know Tyrer's entire All-Time AFL Team career is sadly marred by a horrible murder suicide ending but to put him at #71 when he should be easily in the top 10 is a disgrace. If you want to put him this low because of the tragedy, just leave him off altogether.
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Ernie McMillan Report Abuse
Cardinals lineman during the 1960's and 1970's. Six time All-Pro.
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Reggie McKenzie Report Abuse
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This Bill and Seahawk Guard was a 1 Time First Team All Pro – Blocked for O.J. Simpson helping to making him the first 2000 yard rusher
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Dick Stanfel Report Abuse
This Lion and Redskin Guard was a 5 time Pro Bowler - NFL 1950s All-Decade Team - Offensive Line Coach for 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl Champions
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Dave Dalby Report Abuse
Only the second starting center in Raiders history. Dalby did not miss a game in his entire career and played on all three Raiders Super Bowl winning teams. He was an All-Pro Selection in 1977. Dave did not miss a game in his entire 17 year career.
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I am relieved somebody finally has recognized the amazing career of Dave Dalby! He epitomized what being a Raider was all about, He gave everything he had to the team. God rest his soul, Let's get Dave in the Hall of fame now! Too bad he did not live to see this honor bestowed upon him. Dave was a legend.
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Jerry Sisemore Report Abuse
foundation of the Eagles power running attack of the late 70s and 80s twice all-pro
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Skidz Markerson Report Abuse
Skids really could wipe some butt if he had a need, Yep Skidz was a force to be reckoned with , had an uncanny ability to make you know what hit the fan!
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Trey Cassidy Report Abuse
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Not an NFL Lineman
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Manu Manu the Slender Report Abuse
Blocked for Paul Blake, arm of the Texas State Armadillos. Once hit a defender so hard that his facemask popped off.
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Movie Character and not a real linemen
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Bill Titts Randolph Report Abuse
has absolutely no talent, enjoys ski ball and the tears of innocents
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Titts Randolph was the MAN! Redefined the position and refused to acknowledge women in the work force.
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Not real
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