#1
Good Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Terron Armstead (LT), Andrus Peat (LG), Max Unger (C), Larry Warford (RG), Ryan Ramczyk (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 126.8 (8th)Sacks Allowed: 9 (1st)
Pass YPG: 287.1 (7th)QB Hits Allowed: 28 (1st)

Week 11 Opponent: vs. Philadelphia
Rush YPG Allowed: 93.4 (7th)
Pass YPG Allowed: 265.8 (23rd)
Sacks: 26 (T-9th)

Injuries:

Backups: (T): Jermon Bushrod, Rick Leonard (G): Josh LeRibeus (C): Cameron Tom

Fantasy Impact: The Saints went through a gauntlet schedule in October and early November, and the line paved the way to impressive stats, and wins. The run game has gotten its groove back with the return of Mark Ingram, and pass protection has been superb. There's no weakness to this team on offense, and there's no clear weak link up front. It's why they're the best unit in the business.

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#2
Good Stability / Excellent Health
Starters: Andrew Whitworth (LT), Rodger Saffold (LG), John Sullivan (C), Jamon Brown (RG), Rob Havenstein (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 144.8 (2nd)Sacks Allowed: 19 (10th)
Pass YPG: 303.2 (5th)QB Hits Allowed: 40 (T-6th)

Week 11 Opponent: vs. Kansas City
Rush YPG Allowed: 121.7 (23rd)
Pass YPG Allowed: 289.0 (28th)
Sacks: 31 (T-1st)

Injuries:

Backups: (T): Joseph Noteboom (G): Austin Blythe (C): Brian Allen

Fantasy Impact: Despite not being the youngest group in the league, the Rams line appears to be performing at a higher level than last year, when many didn't think it could improve. They've proven they can grind out big rushing yardage in the snow, or provide sound pass protection in shootouts, all despite a difficult schedule that won't get any easier outside of the division. One of the league's best offenses is naturally home to the line that's performing a high level.

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#3
Good Stability / Good Health
Starters: Alejandro Villanueva (LT), Ramon Foster (LG), Maurkice Pouncey (C), David DeCastro (RG), Marcus Gilbert (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 105.7 (21st)Sacks Allowed: 12 (3rd)
Pass YPG: 314.2 (3rd)QB Hits Allowed: 32 (2nd)

Week 11 Opponent: at Jacksonville
Rush YPG Allowed: 118.6 (18th)
Pass YPG Allowed: 200.6 (1st)
Sacks: 19 (27th)

Injuries: Jerald Hawkins (quad) I.R., Marcus Gilbert (knee) out

Backups: (T): Zach Banner, Chukwumu Okorafor (G): Matt Feiler (C): B.J. Finney

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. Despite their mediocre run stats, the Steelers are averaging 4.3 yards per carry through Week 10, slightly higher than the 4.0 ypc the absent Le'Veon Bell posted a season ago.

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#4
Excellent Stability / Good Health
Starters: Taylor Lewan (LT), Quinton Spain (LG), Ben Jones (C), Josh Kline (RG), Jack Conklin (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 114.4 (15th)Sacks Allowed: 28 (22nd)
Pass YPG: 184.6 (30th)QB Hits Allowed: 40 (T-6th)

Week 11 Opponent: at Indianapolis
Rush YPG Allowed: 107.8 (14th)
Pass YPG Allowed: 268.4 (24th)
Sacks: 228.2 (19th)

Injuries: Kevin Pamphile (undisclosed) I.R., Jack Conklin (concussion)

Backups: (T): Dennis Kelly (G): Tyler Marz, Aaron Stinnie (C): Corey Levin

Fantasy Impact: No one is, or should, forget that this line allowed 11 sacks to the Ravens in Week 6. But they've held together since that rock bottom moment, and the offense has some momentum heading into the homestretch of the year. Talent has never been a question for this unit, and if they play up to that ability, there could be more wins on the horizon in a tight AFC South.

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