#1
Excellent Stability / Good Health
Starters: Anthony Castonzo (LT), Quenton Nelson (LG), Ryan Kelly (C), Mark Glowinski (RG), Braden Smith (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 107.4 (20th)Sacks Allowed: 18 (1st)
Pass YPG: 278.8 (6th)QB Hits Allowed: 77 (11th)

Injuries: Javon Patterson (knee) IR

Backups: (T): Le'Raven Clark (G): Joe Haeg (C): Josh Andrews

Fantasy Impact: The Colts were left holding the proverbial ball in the wake of Andrew Luck's surprise offseason retirement, but a stellar foundation up front has allowed the team to proceed forth without so much as stumbling. Indianapolis now has the benefit of taking a long look at the prospects of Jacoby Brissett in 2019, and providing security and stability should the team opt to invest in a rookie signal-caller come 2020. Whatever direction the Colts ultimately settle on, 2018 draft picks Quenton Nelson and Branden Smith will allow the team a solid base to build upon.

Trending: Steady

#2
Excellent Stability / Good Health
Starters: Jason Peters (LT), Isaac Seumalo (LG), Jason Kelce (C), Brandon Brooks (RG), Lane Johnson (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 98.1 (28th)Sacks Allowed: 40 (T-15th)
Pass YPG: 267.2 (7th)QB Hits Allowed: 102 (23rd)

Injuries: Lane Johnson (ankle), Jordan Mailata (back) IR

Backups: (T): Andre Dillard, Halapoulivaati Vaitai (G): Matt Pryor, Halapoulivaati Vaitai (C): Nate Herbig

Fantasy Impact: Despite continuously boasting a top-10 offensive line in recent years, the Eagles refuse to rest on their laurels. Instead the team invested a 2019 first-round pick in LT Andre Dillard, who projects to remain in a depth role and develop for the time being. The Eagles' offensive line possesses a plethora of both top-end talent and depth, insuring the team for just about any eventuality. If Jordan Peters continues to work through injuries as the season continues, however, his nicks could add up.

Trending: Steady

#3
Excellent Stability / Good Health
Starters: Tyron Smith (LT), Xavier Su'a-Filo (LG), Travis Frederick (C), Zack Martin (RG), La'el Collins (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 122.7 (10th)Sacks Allowed: 56 (31st)
Pass YPG: 222.1 (23rd)QB Hits Allowed: 107 (25th)

Injuries: La'el Collins (knee), Zack Martin (elbow), Connor Williams (knee) IR, Connor McGovern (pectoral) IR, Cody Wichmann (calf) IR, Adam Redmond (back) IR

Backups: (T): Cameron Fleming, Brandon Knight, Mitch Hyatt (G): Caleb Benenoch (C): Joe Looney

Fantasy Impact: The impact of Travis Frederick's return to the starting lineup can't be overstated, as he covers up the only area of weakness along Dallas' offensive front and should allow LG Connor Williams the necessary room to grow in his sophomore season. The loss of Connor McGovern, who may have a chance to return in time for a late-season playoff push, is huge. Xavier Su'a-Filo will slot in at left guard in the meantime. Dallas' O-line is perennially considered one of the best in the league, but that praise comes with the contingency of health -- injuries to multiple starters across the O-line have hampered the Cowboys' effectiveness, though the team is hopeful to have the offensive front back in shape when it most counts.

Trending: Down

#4
Good Stability / Good Health
Starters: Terron Armstead (LT), Andrus Peat (LG), Erik McCoy (C), Larry Warford (RG), Ryan Ramczyk (RT)
2018 Offensive Ranks:
Rush YPG: 126.6 (6th)Sacks Allowed: 20 (2nd)
Pass YPG: 252.6 (12th)QB Hits Allowed: 52 (1st)

Injuries: Terron Armstead (ankle), Andrus Peat (forearm), Cameron Tom (undisclosed) IR

Backups: (T): Ethan Greenidge, Michael Ola (G): Patrick Omameh (C): Nick Easton, Will Clapp

Fantasy Impact: As a unit that boasts one of the league's most reliable tackle duos - Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk - New Orleans' O-line is the rare example of a group with enough talent to be penciled in as a top-end unit despite a gaping hole at center. Armestead is facing a multi-week absence due to a high-ankle sprain, but he should be good to go for the playoffs. Second-round rookie pick Eric McCoy has stepped up as the starting center, though Will Clapp and Nick Easton have proven capable of stepping in at times to lessen his workload. The Saints' depth is questionable, so keeping their starters healthy will be key to the team's 2019 success with Drew Brees back in the lineup.

Trending: Steady

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