Best Interior Offensive Guard Tandems Coming Into the 2019 Season

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The Top Ten

1 Quenton Nelson and Mark Glowinski (Colts)

Quenton Nelson is a monster, Glowinski had a pretty good step up progression to bad up the side of Nelson making the Colts have one of the 3 best O-lines heading into this season alone. - htoutlaws2012

2 David DeCastro and Ramon Foster (Steelers)

DeCastro is great, and Foster is moderately good for the most part. Yet there’s been a reason why the Steelers such a great running scheme all these years right? - htoutlaws2012

3 Marshal Yanda and Alex Lewis (Ravens)

Man Baltimore’s running attack was so effective in a great way with three different player running the ball made the Ravens running game one of the strongest and unpredictable in that season. Could be more less the same expect if all clicks the passing game can open up if tackles do their part. - htoutlaws2012

4 Shaq Mason and Joe Thuney (Patriots)

One of the reasons why the running was so effective was that these two guards were very good protecting near the middle of the line, and what was created was a deadly 1, 2 combo of Sony and James really screwing the loose on opposing defenses. - htoutlaws2012

5 Andrus Peat and Larry Warford (Saints)

Peat was the weakest on that O-line until now with the unknown rookie center drafted see how that shifts things up. These two guards are pure brutes, and they literally scooped and stole away Larry Warford who like Peat when healthy is a great Guard to have. - htoutlaws2012

6 Will Hernandez and Kevin Zeitler (Giants)

The G-Man maybe awful, but their offensive line at least is building the right way in terms of running the ball effectively. Herandez shown his own, and acquiring Zeitler in a 2 for 1 deal with the Browns might be worth it even though dead weight Eli is the other issues otherwise let Saquon run for the hills. - htoutlaws2012

7 Gabe Jackson and Richie Incognito (Raiders)

I would of ranked them in the top 5 if it hadn't been for a weird off field incident typical Raider classic dedication at its finest when it comes to Incognito. Gabe Jackson on the other hand will be showing why his among one of the better half guards to be had. First two games I could see Oakland in trouble based off the backup. - htoutlaws2012

8 Kyle Long and James Daniels (Bears)

Sneaky good Guard tandem for sure, but will the running game be improved seeing that Kyle Long Was missing in action kinda hurt the o-line a bit. With Daniels though he showed quite the steal he was, and in doing so for a guy who was originally taken as a center great rotational lineman where Bears could be the team of the NFC if all looks as they are. - htoutlaws2012

9 Zack Martin and Connor Williams (Cowboys)

Zack Martin is a great guard player, but Connor Williams i’m not quite sure about man was he tested on badly, and in doing so he and backup Joe Looney had major issues giving major sacks. Maybe if Travis Frederick can come back that could unite what could be a fueling contender. - htoutlaws2012

10 Andrew Norwell and A. J. Cann (Jaguars)

Jacksonville's O-line was very off last season, and a bit tough to start off with the pair of Norwell and Cann. The running game was not that great, and the passing was not much better either. Maybe that could change slightly with Nick Foles yet it could or not the field will determine such. - htoutlaws2012

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