The offensive linemen are the focal point on every NFL team, whether you like to admit it or not.
They have the power to give the quarterback six seconds or one, and they have the power to give the running back negative three yards or break out for an home run.
Like it or not, the big uglies are the backbone of your team.
Tyson Clabo stepped up when he had to.
He went from just someone bouncing around on the practice squad to an premier O-Linemen.
A lot of people talk about Matt Ryan as one of the best rookie quarterbacks of all time. Well, give some credit to the guys who gave those receivers time to get open.
Harvey is a big run blocker and opened up lanes for Michael Turner to run through.
Any team would love to have him as a guard for run support.
I don't expect the Ravens to let him go anytime soon.
Brown is one of the young talents on this team.
Jeff Saturday is one of the premier linemen in the league.
When he missed games this season, it really showed how much the Colts missed him.
Birk is still a player that will be needed by many teams, but with his age problems, his effectiveness is declining as an center.