Top 10 in 2014: The best interior offensive linemen in the NFL today


8. Larry Warford

At only 22, Warford shined as a rookie

As a third-round pick out of Kentucky in 2013, not much was expected of this 6-foot-3, 332-pound guard. But Warford stepped right in and took over at right guard nearly from day one, starting all 16 games as a rookie for the Lions. And he didn’t just fill a void; Warford excelled. There are plenty of people who felt that Detroit’s first-year guard deserved a Pro Bowl nod, something the 22-year-old rising star will certainly get plenty of in the future.

7. Josh Sitton

Sitton fits the mold of an interior o-lineman

Another classic interior lineman, Sitton has been a very versatile player for the Packers. He started his career at tackle, moved to right guard for four seasons – where he earned Pro Bowl honors in 2012 – and then moved to left tackle last season when that’s where Green Bay needed him to play. That’s just what should be expected out of a former fourth-round pick out of Central Florida, who has scrapped and clawed his way to a nice NFL career.



    • Maybe you are reading the wrong article; this ranks individual linemen, not offensives. Before you make yourself look like a clown, go read and their analysis. Not only did he make all-pro (this means that NFL professionals believe that he was top-2 at his position fyi), but he had one of the best individual pff grades (this means that independent analysts have statistics that put him at the top).

  1. i like how they list gronk as 2nd best te….but miss pouncey (steelers version) completely ourt of top ten. i’m pretty sure hes made the pro bowl every year but last year(hurt) and is now the highest paid center in the history of the league (wonder why that is???)