Offensive Line Rankings and Notes: Preseason Week 2

Offensive line related news, injuries, and updates, prior to Preseason Week 3

There is much to celebrate in offensive line land. Primarily, the rankings have been included in the positional rankings page, select at the bottom of drop-down here: FBG Rankings. The articles will continue but for the most up to date line rankings (mid-week changes etc), check the rankings page. It's an honor to be included among the greats like David Dodds, Sigmund Bloom, and Maurile Tremblay.

Q&A Mailbag

Readers ask questions (about Trent Williams, and others). Here are the responses:

Who are your three favorite Offensive Lines this year (and why)?

• New Orleans Saints – Great tackles in Terron Armstead, Ryan Ramzyck and if they need Andrus Peat, he can play there too. Second-round rookie center Erik McCoy (from Texas A&M) handled himself like a vet in his preseason debut, which is good news after Max Unger's offseason retirement.

• Philadelphia Eagles – Center Jason Kelce is excellent and there's just tons of talent - 1st round rookie recently Andre Dillard had two camp fights in two practices. Dillard was known as a finesse athlete in college and an old-school coach would consider these incidents signs of life. Dillard's a backup to Jason Peters, which speaks to the depth.

• Dallas Cowboys – After missing a year with injuries and illness, center Travis Frederick looked like his usual self in his 9 snaps against San Francisco. Assuming he's back, this line can impose their will on defensive fronts.

Honorable mention – Pittsburgh Steelers – 4 out of 5 of these players are flat out maulers, the only question is if right tackle Matt Feiler can maintain his development without positional coach Mike Munchak on staff.

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