Though the lowest-grade of the group is an average mark in the 60.0s, their high watermark is below 80.0, with Andrew Norwell leading the way with a 77.2 grade. The Chargers’ offensive line has been their roster's biggest weakness for several seasons now. When the line collapsed a season ago, so did any chance of the team going back to the Super Bowl. That dip in pass protection, in addition to a bottom-10 run-blocking grade from the line, pushes them down the list in 2019. And through three weeks, the line has been a problem area, not a strength. After returning from an injury-shortened second season, left tackle Cam Robinson showed more of the form that we saw from him as a rookie when he posted one of the worst pressure rates allowed in the NFL (9.0%). Trent Brown has also left a problem spot at right tackle, though Denzelle Good has been less of a problem as his replacement. Conklin’s success was always probable, but Wills also hitting the ground running is a complete win for the Browns. It’s been a long year for Cleveland. Dallas, once purveyors of All-Pro offensive line play across the board, has been dealing with injuries to compound the loss of talent along the line. Teams are ranked according to Adjusted Line Yards. Stats in blue represent pass blocking. Three weeks is certainly early to throw everything out of the window and take a look at the current state of the league, but let’s do it anyway and see what the results have shown us so far. This year, Williams has picked up just a 56.1 overall grade across snaps at guard and tackle. Solder’s 57 pressures allowed this season are seven more than any other player, and the 97 combined pressures allowed for the duo is the most in the NFL. This line has the makings of a group that is significantly better than its current play, but it needs healthy starters for it to happen. Tom Brady and the Patriots have looked vulnerable toward the tail end of the season, and that’s been especially true when defenses pressure Brady. The offensive line was not an exception. With the 2019 NFL preseason in the books and the regular season just days away, Senior Analyst Mike Renner presents his updated NFL offensive line ranking. The Redskins’ offensive line was operating without its best player all season, as Trent Williams sat out, but the group still managed to finish among the top half of the league in our rankings, led by Brandon Scherff before his season-ending injury. First-round draft pick Mekhi Becton has been the brightest spot, earning three straight good grades and allowing just four total hurries, but he also left the game against the Colts with an injury. Now with a switch at quarterback, we get to see how Nick Foles will affect their roles. Their pressure rate allowed in 2.5 seconds or less trailed only the Saints this season, and Mitchell Schwartz added another strong season in pass protection at right tackle.

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