Sep 29, 2011 · Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati Bengals. 25 of 25. Anthony Munoz is arguably the best offensive tackle of all time. He was a starter from day one of his NFL career, and he was named a first team All-Pro ...
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- DAVID BAKHTIARI, GREEN BAY PACKERS. Bakhtiari's play slightly dipped in 2019, but he made up for it with a career year in 2020. He posted a 91.8 PFF grade last season, marking the third time in the past four years where he ranked second among offensive tackles in PFF grade.
- TRENT WILLIAMS, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS. After taking a one-year hiatus in 2019, Williams returned to the field for a new squad in 2020 and looked like the same elite player.
- RYAN RAMCZYK, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS. Ramczyk's 90.8 overall grade in 2019 ranked first among tackles, but he took a small step back in 2020, with his grade dropping to 81.6.
- TERRON ARMSTEAD, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS. Armstead has established himself as a top tackle in the NFL ever since he took over as a starter on the left side in his 2014 sophomore campaign.
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Jun 20, 2019 · And Brown is a right tackle. So, regardless of where they line up, here are the NFL’s 11 best offensive tackles coming into the 2019 season — the players who execute the demands of the position (s) at the highest level. 11. Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles. Johnson had a rough go early last season when he allowed four sacks in games ...
Feb 26, 2019 · Honorable Mention: Ron Mix. Background: Despite going 5-14-1 in his two years at USC, Ron Mix was ahead of his time when it came to fitting the mold for an offensive lineman. At 6-foot-5, 270 ...
- MITCHELL SCHWARTZ, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS. While Schwartz wasn't named a top-10 offensive tackle by coaches, executives and his peers across the NFL, numbers never lie.
- RYAN RAMCZYK, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS. Ramczyk was barely edged out for the No. 1 spot, but he is the clear-cut runner-up, as you might have guessed from the PFF50.
- DAVID BAKHTIARI, GREEN BAY PACKERS. Bakhtiari was PFF's No. 1 tackle prior to the 2019 season, but a small dip in play (specifically with his run-blocking) drops him to third.
- RONNIE STANLEY, BALTIMORE RAVENS. Stanley took his play to the next level in 2019. The fourth-year tackle posted a 93.3 pass-block grade and a 76.2 run-block grade, making him one of three tackles to rank in the top 10 at the position in both metrics last year.