Offensive linemen get the least amount of attention from fans and the media because of the position they play. They don't accumulate any statistics that get posted online for fans to see.
However, anyone who watched the Chiefs win Friday night will tell you their offensive line played a huge role in helping the Chiefs win. When an offensive lineman blocks a defender and creates a lane for a running back or gives the quarterback time to make the right pass, that is their version of a touchdown.
The Chiefs paved the way for Cyrus and Draughn, allowing them to find the end zone with a rushing touchdown. Even better, the Chiefs' offensive line allowed Cassel, Quinn and Stanzi to do what they needed to do and helped them stay on their feet all game long.
The Chiefs gave up zero sacks against the Cardinals and want to keep that total the same or close to zero for the remainder of the preseason.
If the Chiefs' offensive line keeps this up going into the regular season, elite pass-rushers will find themselves in a pickle when facing Kansas City.