#1
Excellent Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Jordan Mailata (LT), Landon Dickerson (LG), Jason Kelce (C), Isaac Seumalo (RG), Lane Johnson (RT)

Injuries: Brett Toth (knee, PUP)

Backups: (T): Jack Driscoll, Andre Dillard (G): Sua Opeta, Josh Sills (C): Cam Jurgens

Fantasy Impact: The offseason retirement of Pro Bowl RG Brandon Brooks, even after numerous injury-plagued years, is a notable blow. There's still cause for optimism surrounding this unit, though. While Jalen Hurts still has a ways to go in his efforts to prove himself as a franchise QB, his athleticism should be valuable in covering up deficiencies along the O-line. Rookie second-round pick Cam Jurgens will get a chance to develop behind Jason Kelce (on a one-year deal) before taking over.

Trending: Down

#2
Excellent Stability / Good Health
Starters: Jedrick Wills (LT), Joel Bitonio (LG), Ethan Pocic (C), Wyatt Teller (RG), Jack Conklin (RT)

Injuries: Joe Haeg (concussion, IR), Nick Harris (knee, IR), Dawson Deaton (ACL, IR), Michael Dunn (back, IR)

Backups: (T): James Hudson, Chris Hubbard (G): Joel Bitonio, Hjalte Froholdt (C):

Fantasy Impact: Losing J.C. Tretter wasn't an ideal development, but the Browns still boast one of the top O-lines in the league. LG Joel Bitonio, RG Wyatt Teller, RT Jack Conklin and LT Jedrick Willis are all among the league's best options at their positions, and if a replacement for Tretter can be found, this unit could legitimately be without any real weakness among its starters. That is, of course, dependent on health, and injuries weren't kind to the Browns in 2021. Conklin looks back to full health after having undergone season-ending surgery back in 2021, but a preseason knee injury to Nick Harris now thrusts Ethan Pocic into the starting lineup at C for the year.

Trending: Steady

#3
Excellent Stability / Fair Health
Starters: Taylor Decker (LT), Jonah Jackson (LG), Frank Ragnow (C), Evan Brown (RG), Penei Sewell (RT)

Injuries: Halapoulivaati Vaitai (back, IR), Tommy Kraemer (back, IR)

Backups: (T): Matt Nelson (G): Tommy Kraemer (C): Evan Brown

Fantasy Impact: It's hard to fault the logic of a rebuilding team prioritizing the offensive line, and Penei Sewell is a strong enough prospect for Detroit to be ecstatic about his sliding to No. 7 overall in 2021. Frank Ragnow's health has become a consistent concern, but he's more than reliable when on the field. Further injuries resulted in the O-line being a slight liability at times in 2021, but returning to health could once again propel the unit into the high end of a top-10 conversation.

Trending: Down

#4
Good Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Orlando Brown (LT), Joe Thuney (LG), Creed Humphrey (C), Trey Smith (RG), Andrew Wylie (RT)

Injuries: Joe Thuney (ankle)

Backups: (T): Geron Christian, Darian Kinnard (G): Nick Allegritti (C):

Fantasy Impact: The memory of Kansas City's loss to the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, in which the O-line was unable to give Patrick Mahomes any sort of consistent protection, led to a full overhaul of the unit. Gone are longtime tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz. Trading for Orlando Brown from Baltimore certainly solidified the LT spot, but he's playing on the franchise tender and could need an extension to avoid contention in 2023. The Chiefs could potentially have a top-five unit if things mesh right, but the starting RG spot also remains a question.

Trending: Steady

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