Ranking the offensive lines in the AFC East entering 2022

Dion Dawkins, Buffalo Bills (Photo by Bryan Bennett/Getty Images)
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AFC East
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. . . New England Patriots. 2. team. 47

LT: Trent Brown, LG: Cole Strange, C: David Andrews, RG: Mike Onwenu, RT: Isaiah Wynn

The New England Patriots have one of the best offensive lines in the AFC East but have one major question mark at left guard that moves them out of the top spot in these rankings. The Patriots made one of the most surprising selections of the NFL Draft when they picked Cole Strange out of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

All indications were that the selection was a reach but if he is able to start as a rookie and play well, then it certainly won’t look like a bad pick.

Fortunately for Strange, he is between two excellent offensive linemen with Trent Brown at left tackle and David Andrews, who is one of the best centers in the NFL.

Another notable change this season seems to be the fact that Isaiah Wynn is moving from left tackle to right tackle with Trent Brown going back to left tackle, which is where he played during his first run with the Patriots.

For now, Cole Strange is too big of a question mark to move into the top spot but that certainly could change by the end of the 2022 season.