FANTASY FOOTBALL\nOFFENSIVE LINE TEAM RANKINGS\nBy Muntradamus\n\nMVP NATION.\n\nBelow are the AFC Offensive Line Rankings, the NFC will be filled in tomorrow in the early afternoon. It has been a very busy week with the latest law being passed, in the process of doing big things with DFS (DigitalFantasySports.com). Make sure to signup for a DFS WALLET and I will send you DFS Tokens as gratitude for being part of the Early BEAST Special. That way when my company grows, you make money as well.\n\nI want to remind you as well, my priority is always to make sure you guys and girls have a BEAST Fantasy Football Season. I will make sure the content is ON POINT this year. It is early, this is the earliest we have ever started going this hard in the paint, but that means we will be more prepared than ever.\n\nI want to add before you start. Offensive Line is probably the easiest position to upgrade as a player. Getting Stronger, Chemistry, Rhythm. These are all things that can be upgraded and I will be watch closely during the Preseason.\nBEAST\nSTEELERS\nDo not fix what is not broken. That is what the Steelers are doing as they repeat with their same BEAST Offensive Line. Good luck stopping Le'Veon and getting to Big Ben. This unit has been one of the best for what seems like a decade.\nSAINTS\nTheir O-Line is the same dominant O-Line from last season. Max Unger with Peat and Armstead lead arguably the best left side of Football, then Warford at RG! Just ask Mark Inram and Kamara how great that O-Line is. There will be big holes all day for this unit.\nCOWBOYS\nThe loss of Leary to the Broncos last season did downgrade this unit a bit. Still with 4 of the same 5 starters from the best O-Line in the NFL two years ago, this group is very good and will always remain in the top.\nTITANS\nTitans are bringing back the same unit that led them to the Playoffs. Tyler Lewan is maybe the best in the game and they have talent from top to bottom. With Mariota at QB, it is going to be tough to sack the Titans all year.\nELITE\nFALCONS\nAlex Mack with Levitre and Matthews makes for a very strong O-Line. The rest of the unit are veterans who know the system and Matt Ryan will be well protected. On top of that the Running game will have big lanes. Falcons know how to run their O-Line.\nEAGLES\nTheir 0-Line is the same group that won the Super Bowl last year. Definitely not known as a great O-line heading into last season, winning the league together as a group and good solid names all-around will produce winning football from this group. Not one change.\nRAIDERS\nPro Bowl Center Hudson is healthy, they brought in Giacomini from the Jets. Raiders Offensive line not only has depth, but they can block from top to bottom. First round pick Miller should make an impact. Not one weakness. Gruden will have this unit playing great, the Raiders are back!\n\n \nCHARGERS\nBrining in Pouncey from Miami is BIG. The offensive Line group was already solid last year for the Chargers, now they bring in Pouncey and they should be great. This is very similar to when the Falcons brought in Alex Mack.\nRAVENS\nThe Ravens offensive line has allowed many RBs the chance at greatness. Alex Collins\/Terrance West\/Buck Allen, all had their moments under the sun and the Ravens O-Line can give credit to that. Their group remains mostly the same heading into 2018.\nGOOD\nPATRIOTS\nNew England did lose Nate Solder, but they brought in some names, they still have 4 of the same 5 starters. When you are protecting for Brady, you do your best. However Brady did take a lot of hits last year, and every hit on Brady has your heat stopping. Patriots were a BEAST squad last year in my preseason rankings, but last year was not a great year for that group besides keep Brady healthy. TB12.\nPACKERS\nBakhitari and Bulaga are great Tackles that can keep Rodgers alive. The rest of the group is very suspect and while they will not dominate in the running game, they are fine for keeping Rodgers alive and that is the goal of the Packers O-Line these days.\nJAGUARS\nJags made a great upgrade grabbing Norwell at Guard, the guy who was key for the Panthers running attack during their glory days. Same group more or less missing Oma, but Norwell is a big upgrade. Leonard Fournette will BEAST with this group. Adding ASJ will help the blocking as well, he is a big guy.\nJETS\nThe only thing the Jets offense can pride themselves in, is their offensive line. Almost the same offensive line that allowed Josh McCown to have a nice rebound season with a WR core that did not belong on any fantasy rosters. The Jets are deep they have backups who were starters, including Travis Swanson who was the Center for Matt Stafford. Jets will be blocking.\nCARDINALS\nAZ made moves grabbing Pugh from the Giants and Andre Smith from the Bengals. This group was injured last year and lead to Palmer ending his career, this group is good enough to keep Bradford up right for enough time until Rosen is ready. AZ made good moves.\n49ERS\nSF is ready to build an O-Line around their franchise in Jimmy G. They took a rookie in the 1st Round, they grabbed Richburg from the Giants at Center. Tomlinson and Staley make for a great wall on the left side. 49ers making moves.\nPANTHERS\nPanthers lost a star in Norwell but the Kalil brothers and Turner is a good enough group that can win games and keep things open. Not the best interior running game O-Line, but the exterior and pass protection for Cam is good enough where he can run a lot on his own.\nBUCS\nGreat moving adding Jensen at Center from Baltimore. Don Smith and Dotson need to keep Winston up right and Sweezy is a stud. This group should be able to move forward in the right direction opening up lanes for whoever steps up at RB. The Rookie Ronald Jones has the edg\nBENGALS\nRookie 1st Round Center combined with very strong tackles including Glenn from Buffalo gives the Bengals a solid offensive line. Not one that is going to dominate games, but a good one that will not be beat. Still a little weak at guard, reason why Jeremy Hill was not great last year.\nCHIEFS\nThe Chiefs have lost a lot of their run block guys to the Texans, but they still have great tackles in Fischer and Schwartz. Not going to be easy for them to run the ball up the middle, but the unit did play together last year. The real question is how will Pat Maholmes do. He will have protection from his blindsides.\nLIONS\nSame group as last year + 1st Round pick Frank Ragnow. The group has great names across the line and they did a great job protecting Stafford last season. Definitely missing Swanson at Center, but the Lions O-Line is good enough to win games and keep Stafford healthy.\nGIANTS\nAdding Nate Solder was a HUGE move. Nate kept Brady healthy for a majority of his career and now he goes to protect the blindside of Eli. Omameh comes in at guard from Jacksonville, he's got good potential. Giants O-Line much improved from last year with these moves alone losing Pugh and Richburg does hurt, but they were not getting it done.\nAVERAGE\nRAMS\nRams O-Line is not going to blow anyone away, but the group was able to get it done last year. Bringing back the same group this year they should be able to make sure Gurley gets his numbers and Goff has enough time. Whitworth protecting Goff's blindside was the difference in Goff last season. Key for the Rams is the play calling and that causes defenses to not know how to rush the Rams.\nBRONCOS\nNot the same dominant group that has lead to 1,000 yard rushers in the past, but this group can survive. Leary is solid at guard, easily their best player. Veldheer has had a nice career for the Cardinals, sort of. Not a great unit, but a unit that can definitely prevent them from losing the game. With that being said, their QB was horrible last year and a great O-Line can save an offense, just look at McCown with the Jets last season.\nVIKINGS\nThe O-Line that was built a couple years ago for AP to break records has now been dismantled more or less. The Vikings do have nice pass protection, but not a great running game O-Line. Not a lot of big names outside of Reiff, but this unit is still good enough to make sure they do not lose games.\nTEXANS\nThe Texans are going to try to rely on the same interior that helped Jamaal Charles be a breakout star for the Chiefs. The problem is that seems like a decade ago. The Texans are going to have trouble with their no name tackles, making DeShaun Watson a dancer this year.\nBEARS\nBears O-Line was great in the running game last season. Losing Sitton to the Dolphins did not help, but the rest of this unit can play and make big plays. Kyle Long and Cody Whitehair make for a strong interior, the fill in for Sitton was their backup center, so the Bears plan on being BIG.\nREDSKINS\nSame group as last year, while Trent Williams is a star the rest of the unit is mostly average players. Skins have not had a 1,000 Yard Rusher since Alfred Morris back when he was relevant, and that trend will likely continue.\nSEAHAWKS\nSeattle did not do much to improve their O-Line this year. Brining in Fluker from the Giants will not help much, Britt and Brown are solid players but the rest of the group can easily be beat. Seattle has had a bad O-Line since they traded Unger away for Jimmy Graham, and now look where the Saints are and where the Seahawks are.\nCOLTS\nThis is a huge upgrade for the Colts as they were on the terrible list last year. They invested in their Offensive Line this year, mostly through the draft, regardless the Colts needed an upgrade as Andrew Luck could not stay healthy. We will see how the Rookies look, but the Colts are verging up. Last year they were on the bottom, so the upgrade helps.\nDOLPHINS\nI will give the Dolphins this. They did lose Pouncey but they did add Josh Sitton who did a great job opening lanes for Josh Howard the last two years. Pair him on the left side with 2016 1st Round Pick Laremy, and the Dolphins can call all running plays to the left side. Still not a strong offensive line that can dominate a game.\nBAD\nBROWNS\nBrowns lost Joe Thomas, and now they are in trouble. They have great Guards in Bitonio and Zietler, but their tackles are a joke and Tretter is more of a backup center than a starter. Browns O-Line will not win games for them. Carlos Hyde will have to be grinding every play.\nBILLS\nRookies, backups, roster fillers. The Bills are stacked with talent that cannot hold any defensive line in the NFL. A.J. McCarron will be running for his life all season long, only thing he will be able to do is throw the quickest pass to LeSean McCoy in the flat.