Updated as of 8.12.2019 - None of the rankings have changed, but there were a few updates following Week 1 of the preseason. The most notable injury was to Shon Coleman of the 49ers, but it is worth mentioning Taylor Lewan of the Titans will be suspended for the first four games of the season. More updates will follow following Week 2 and once rosters are trimmed!

 

1 - Philadelphia Eagles

2018 Run Blocking Score: 70.7 (3rd)

2018 Pass Blocking Score: 78.8 (11th)

The Eagles cracked last year’s rankings as the best offensive line heading into the season, and to be fair, they definitely were a top ten O-line, arguably top five. Probably the most frustrating part of the Eagles 2019 season was how injured they were on the line. Jason Peters technically started all 16 games for the Eagles, but he frequently had to leave games with injury. Keep in mind, he was coming back from a torn ACL and MCL that sidelined him for the entire 2017 season when the Eagles won the Super...