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The 2019 All-NFC East Offensive Line

The votes have been tallied and the results are in...

We recently published an article inviting fans to rank the offensive line groups, as well as the best player at each of the 5 OL positions. The article drew some interest, even bringing in fans from other teams; I thought it might be interesting to use those results to name an All-NFC East Offensive Line.

The voting was skewed a bit. Naturally, since this is a Redskins website, Redskin fans were heavily represented, but reading through the comments and looking at the results of the voting indicated to me that the Eagles fans traveled well and voted early and often, while the Cowboys fans didn’t, really. It seems HH readers tried to evaluate in a fairly balanced way, but the poll results reflect the over-representation of Philly and Washington fan bases, and the tendency of Cowboys fans to stay to themslves. The Giants are represented well by Will Hernandez, but NFC East fans may be sleeping a bit on Mike Remmers, who garnered only 2% of the RT vote, while RG Zeitler and C Halapio got only 1% each in the voting. There’s gonna be a lot to prove in New York this year.

Using the results of the poll, I have put together an All-NFC East offensive line:

This isn’t my projection; rather, it is based on the poll results. What do you think?

Is this lineup an accurate representation of what the All-NFC East Offensive Line should be?

If you have a different idea, feel free to put your lineup in the comments below.


I invite anyone to put together a better All-division offensive line from any of the other seven remaining divisions:

  • AFC North
  • AFC South
  • AFC East
  • AFC West
  • NFC North
  • NFC South

Look through the offensive lines for the 4 teams in any division in the NFL and put together an All-divison team that you think is better than the NFC East and post it in the comments below.


Which of the 7 other divisions in the NFL boasts the best offensive line talent?

This poll is closed

  • 20%
    AFC North
    (53 votes)
  • 12%
    AFC South
    (33 votes)
  • 8%
    AFC East
    (22 votes)
  • 11%
    AFC West
    (31 votes)
  • 17%
    NFC North
    (45 votes)
  • 18%
    NFC South
    (48 votes)
  • 11%
    NFC West
    (31 votes)
263 votes total Vote Now