#1
Excellent Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Jason Peters (LT), Stefen Wisniewski (LG), Jason Kelce (C), Brandon Brooks (RG), Lane Johnson (RT)
2017 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 132.2 (3rd)Sacks Allowed: 36 (16th)
Pass YPG: 233.6 (13th)QB Hits Allowed: 107 (26th)

Week 1 Opponent: vs. Atlanta (Thursday night)
Rush YPG Allowed: 104.1 (9th)
Pass YPG Allowed: 214.3 (12th)
Sacks: 39 (T-13th)

Injuries:

Backups: (T): Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Taylor Hart (G): Darrell Greene, Chance Warmack (C): Isaac Seumalo

Fantasy Impact: Philadelphia figures to welcome back Jason Peters from a torn ACL at left tackle, the only potential change up front for the league's Super Bowl winning unit. Having an aging left tackle coming back from a serious knee injury, and being tasked with protecting a quarterback who is returning from the same injury sends plenty of red flags out, but Halapoulivaati Vaitai's play in Peters' 2017 absence should lend itself to relief. The middle three are all above average, forging plenty of running room for a committee backfield.

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#2
Good Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Terron Armstead (LT), Andrus Peat (LG), Max Unger (C), Larry Warford (RG), Ryan Ramczyk (RT)
2017 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 129.4 (5th)Sacks Allowed: 20 (2nd)
Pass YPG: 261.8 (5th)QB Hits Allowed: 58 (2nd)

Week 1 Opponent: vs. Tampa Bay
Rush YPG Allowed: 117.5 (23rd)
Pass YPG Allowed: 260.6 (32nd)
Sacks: 22 (32nd)

Injuries:

Backups: (T): Michael Ola, Rick Leonard (G): Jermon Bushrod, John Fullington (C): Will Clapp

Fantasy Impact: Coming off of a sterling 2017 campaign, health appears to be the only thing that could derail the Saints' blockers. That appeared to be the case last year as well, but New Orleans was able to move bodies around and create success through depth. That's the concern here, as the retirement of Zach Strief and the departure of Senio Kelemete leave New Orleans green at best and vulnerable at worst should a starter go down. But as is, the front five is the same as a year ago when they were great, and nothing short of that success should be expected to start 2018.

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#3
Excellent Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Tyron Smith (LT), Connor Williams (LG), Travis Frederick (C), Zack Martin (RG), La'el Collins (RT)
2017 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 135.6 (2nd)Sacks Allowed: 32 (10th)
Pass YPG: 196.3 (26th)QB Hits Allowed: 81 (13th)

Week 1 Opponent: at Carolina
Rush YPG Allowed: 88.1 (3rd)
Pass YPG Allowed: 229.1 (18th)
Sacks: 50 (3rd)

Injuries: Marcus Martin (toe) I.R.

Backups: (T): Chaz Green, Cameron Fleming (G): Kadeem Edwards, Damien Mama (C): Joe Looney

Fantasy Impact: Given the lofty expectations, the Cowboys line underachieved in 2017. The left side was a mess as the loss of Ronald Leary proved greater to overcome than anticipated, partly due to Tyron Smith's lingering back issues. Smith should be health, and the Cowboys used a second round pick on Connor Williams to upgrade at guard. Frederick and Martin remain top tier options, and Collins is at least average. The Cowboys aren't a lock to be the league's top, most dominant line they were two seasons ago, but they remain among the most talented and an asset this offense can rely on weekly.

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#4
Good Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Alejandro Villanueva (LT), Ramon Foster (LG), Maurkice Pouncey (C), David DeCastro (RG), Marcus Gilbert (RT)
2017 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 104.2 (20th)Sacks Allowed: 24 (T-3rd)
Pass YPG: 273.8 (3rd)QB Hits Allowed: 65 (5th)

Week 1 Opponent: at Cleveland
Rush YPG Allowed: 97.9 (7th)
Pass YPG Allowed: 230.2 (19th)
Sacks: 34 (21st)

Injuries: Jerald Hawkins (quad) I.R.

Backups: (T): Bryce Harris, Chukwumu Okorafor (G): B.J. Finney, Matt Feiler (C): Parker Collins

Fantasy Impact: The Steelers line may be one of the surest things in the league. All five starters return from a season ago, where they excelled in pass protection. If you want to point out a flaw, it's that the running game's stats don't support the talent that is Le'Veon Bell, as the Steelers averaged a mere 3.8 yards per carry. We're nitpicking, as there's talent, depth and continuity for one of the league's best blocking units.

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