The 10 Best Offensive Linemen Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dean HyblAnalyst IJuly 6, 2009

The 10 Best Offensive Linemen Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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Best of the Rest

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    31 Aug 1997:  Offensive lineman Steve Wisniewski of the Oakland Raiders looks on during a game against the Tennessee Oilers at the Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tennessee.  The Oilers won the game in overtime, 24-21. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel  /Allspor

10. Joe Jacoby – Washington Redskins – 1981-1993

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    1 Dec 1991:  Offensive lineman Joe Jacoby of the Washington Redskins looks on during a game against the Los Angeles Rams at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California.  The Redskins won the game, 27-6. Mandatory Credit: Mike Powell  /Allsport

9. Mick Tingelhoff – Minnesota Vikings – 1962-1978

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8. Jay Hilgenberg – Chicago Bears/New Orleans Saints – 1981-1993

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    29 Sep 1991:  Center Jay Hilgenberg of the Chicago Bears prepares to snap the ball during a game against the Buffalo Bills at Rich Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.  The Bills won the game, 35-20. Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart  /Allsport

7. Dick Stanfel – Detroit Lions/Washington Redskins– 1952-1958

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6. Bob Kuechenberg – Miami Dolphins – 1970-1983

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5. Dick Schafrath – Cleveland Browns – 1959-1971

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4. Walt Sweeney –San Diego Chargers/Washington Redskins – 1963-1975

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3. Dermontti Dawson – Pittsburgh Steelers– 1988-2000

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    28 Sep 1997:  Center Dermontti Dawson #63 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in action during the Steelers 37-24 win over the Tennessee Oilers at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart  /Allsport

2. Jim Tyrer – Kansas City Chiefs/Washington Redskins – 1961-1974

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1. Jerry Kramer – Green Bay Packers – 1958-1968

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