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Maurkice Pouncey (53)
You've got the best young backfield in the NFL, but your running backs need holes to run through, and your quarterback needs a pocket to stand in.
The offensive line is the foundation of your offense, so you pick the perfect blend of nastiness, intelligence, athleticism and power.
Center: Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers
Maurkice Pouncey has already been to a pair of Pro Bowls in his first two NFL seasons, and he was named first team All-Pro in 2011 at the age of 22.
Pouncey is carrying on the legacy of great Steelers centers, but you have plans to start a similar legacy in Los Angeles.
Left Guard: Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers
Entering his third season with the San Francisco 49ers, Mike Iupati may be the NFL's most versatile and athletic offensive guard.
Iupati ranked second among NFL left guards in Matt Miller's B/R NFL 1,000: Top 32 Left Guards on this very site, and San Francisco 49ers Featured Columnist Dylan DeSimone rated him the most important lineman in the 49ers' ground attack.
Iupati is a nasty run-blocker, and while he may not lead the Quakes in jersey sales, he will be the recipient of the most free steak dinners from his running backs corps.
Right Guard: Jon Asamoah, Kansas City Chiefs
Jon Asamoah is a fixture on the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line, starting 31 out of a possible 32 games in his first two seasons.
Though he is not a road-grading run-blocker in the mold of Iupati, Asamoah excels in pass protection.
At 6'4" and 305 pounds, Asamoah has the ideal build for an NFL offensive guard, and he will develop into one of the league's top players at his position over the next few seasons.
Left Tackle: Matt Kalil, Minnesota Vikings (R)
The University of Southern California's Matt Kalil was hands-down the top offensive line prospect coming out of college this season, and his older brother, Ryan Kalil, is an established Pro Bowl center for the Carolina Panthers.
Kalil was picked No. 4 overall by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2012 draft, and his quarterback, Christian Ponder, could not be happier to have this guy protecting his blind side for the next 10 years.
Too bad for Ponder that you are plucking him away to protect Newton and Griffin.
Right Tackle: Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys
If the University of Southern California was once dubbed "Tailback U," it may be time to change its moniker to "Offensive Tackle U."
So it should be a no-brainer for you to reunite Tyron Smith, the No. 9 overall selection by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2011 NFL draft, with his former Trojans teammate, Matt Kalil, to form the L.A. tackle connection.
Smith started all 16 games at right tackle for the Cowboys in his rookie season, and Jason Garrett had plans to move him to left tackle for the 2012 NFL season.