Tennessee up 16 slots.
Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan returns from a four-game suspension this week for a home matchup against Buffalo. Lewan is a team captain and one of the more dynamic run-blocking tackles in the league. His return boosts the Titans' line to the top-tier.
Oakland up 8 slots.
Left guard Ritchie Incognito was added to the Raiders' grade with a conservative individual upgrade, based on his year-plus away from the game. After looking at the film against the Colts' win, Incognito is playing at the former Pro Bowl level expected in a best-case scenario. He came out of the gate dominant. Right guard Gabe Jackson is still likely inactive this with a knee injury (Josh Kline has been starting in his place) but once he returns, this line could carry a top-tier grade.
Cleveland up 4 slots.
Right tackle Chris Hubbard returned from foot injury prior to the divisional road win at Baltimore. The offense looked far crisper with Hubbard in the lineup. While natural guard Justin McCray gave an admirable effort, having him back on the bench the Browns' line again grades as a solid mid-tier unit.
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