Top Offensive Lineman In NFL History


The Top Ten

1 Anthony Muñoz

It's honestly laughable to rank someone ahead of him. Watch film on him. The man simply did not make mistakes. Finding a needle in a haystack is easier to find than finding a clip of him giving up a sack.
Forrest Greg put him through a drill before being drafted. The story goes that Anthony Munoz easily threw Greg to the ground, who is also considered one of the best lineman ever (granted he was older, but still).
Above all he is a class A human being, his charitable work and contributions to the people of Cincinnati are like no other athlete in recent history. I'm sorry, anyone who ranks someone ahead of Anthony Munoz just doesn't know football.

If Anthony Munoz was in the lineup you could x out the opposing player for the entire game. Made it to two Super Bowls against the 1981 and 1988 49ers with Montana. kept this his hand empty of a ring with the Bengals. - rangerover

So good he just leaves me speechless

2 Bruce Matthews

He was a starter for the Oilers/Titans for 20 years.

cool Dude

3 Forrest Gregg Forrest Gregg
4 John Hannah

Big John Hannah IS the greatest lineman ever. No doubt - Terroredneck

5 Jim Otto
6 Orlando Pace Orlando Pace Orlando Lamar Pace is a former American college and professional football player who was an offensive tackle in the National Football League for thirteen seasons.
7 Jonathan Ogden

He was truly amazing. He was the Raven's first draft pick ever.

8 Will Shields

He played fifteen years and never missed a game.

9 Gene Upshaw
10 Larry Allen

I have always wondered how good he would have done in the World's Strongest Man competition had he pursued strength athletics instead of football. He was one of the strongest football players of all time.

He dominated ever defensive lineman he faced

Should be up higher

The Contenders

11 Joe Thomas Joe Thomas
12 Willie Roaf
13 Jason Peters Jason Peters Jason Raynard Peters is an American football offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.

The g.o.a.t.

14 Art Shell
15 Jerry Kramer

Greatest guard by far he should be in the HoF

16 Walter Jones

Out of 180 games he played, he allowed only 23 sacks and had just 9 holding penalties OVERALL. That's averaging a sack just 1 out of every 7 games and 0.8 holding penalties per season, or one every 2.6 seasons. Pretty much the best left tackle ever. John Madden said so too.

17 Jackie Slater
18 Kevin Allen
19 Dick Schafrath
20 Chris Snee

Should definitely be inTop 20. To prove it, just watch his highlights!

21 Tony Boselli

The maker of this list is an idiot! Boselli deserves to be 1 - DoroExploro13

22 Tyron Smith Tyron Smith

He's a monster

23 Zach Martin

Amazing Cowboy

24 Travis Frederick Travis Frederick Travis Frederick is an American football center for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League.
25 Mike Webster

Should be number one

26 Lane Johnson Lane Johnson David Lane Johnson is an American football offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
27 Justin Pugh
28 Dwight Stephenson
29 Roosevelt Brown
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