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Left Tackle: Chad Clifton is not only the best left tackle in the NFC North, the Green Bay Packer has long been one of the most underrated offensive lineman in the NFL. When you look at the two guys he has protected over the years, Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre have always stayed pretty healthy—especially the old man.
Left Guard: Minnesota Viking Steve Hutchinson is one of the best in the league. The 33-year-old, six-time All Pro is one of the leagues most truly gifted veterans. He tops the NFC North at his position.
Center: Packer Scott Wells isn't even close to being one of the top centers in the NFL. Unfortunately, the NFC North is not very deep at center. The Vikings used to have one of the best centers in the game in Matt Birk, but his replacement John Sullivan has been less than impressive. Wells is, unfortunately, the best in the division.
Right Guard: Green Bay Packer Josh Sitton is one of the upcoming stars at guard in the NFL. Sitton is one of the best guards in the NFL, but at the same time, he is no Steve Hutchinson because he has only been in the league since 2008. He is, however, one of the best in the division.
Right Tackle: Bryant McKinnie plays left tackle for the Vikings, he is a six time pro-bowler and is exceedingly talented. His motivation seemed to have lacked in 2010 as he allowed Brett Favre to get sacked so many times, but I still think he is one of the top in the division.
Bears and Lions fans might feel left out, but I just have such a hard time picking one of your offensive linemen because they can't protect Stafford and Cutler long enough to give their respective offenses an edge. Feel free to tell me I'm wrong, but the guys I listed are simply the best in the NFC North.