In case you haven't noticed, passing the ball is a fairly popular option among NFL offenses. In fact, it's more popular now than it's ever been.
Therefore, wouldn't it stand to reason that pass-protectors are more of a necessity now than they've ever been?
Stop thinking. The answer is "Yes!"
Anyway, with guys who can keep the quarterback upright being needed by every team around the league, now is a perfect time to take a look at the guys who do it best.
Now, a pass-protector can be anyone—offensive linemen, running backs, tight ends, etc.—but you're only going to see offensive linemen on this list.
Why? Simply put, they're obviously going to be better pass-protectors than any skill players. The best blocking running back still doesn't hold a candle to one of the worst starting linemen in the league.
If you disagree, let me know why in the comments below.
Otherwise, sit back and enjoy.