Poll Question 11-5-14 – The Blind Side


Willie Roaf photo courtesy of the Kansas City Chiefs

Which of these Hall of Famers is the best left tackle in NFL history?

Anthony Munoz –  The third overall pick of the 1980 draft, Munoz went to 11 Por Bowls and was selected first-team all-pro nine times in his 13-year career. He was named to both the 1980s all-decade team and the NFL’s 75th anniversary team.
Jonathan Ogden – The fourth overall pick of the 1996 draft, Ogden went to 11 Pro Bowls and was named first-team all-pro five times in his 12-year career. He won a Super Bowl ring with the Ravens and was selected to the 2000s NFL all-decade team.
Willie Roaf – The eighth overall pick of the 1993 draft, Roaf went to 11 Pro Bowls and was named first-team all-pro six times in his 13-year career. He was named to the 1990s all-decade team playing for the Saints and the 2000s all-decade team playing for the Chiefs.
Art Shell – A third round draft pick in 1968, Shell went to eight Pro Bowls in his 15-year career. He started in three Super Bowls and his Raiders won them all. Shell also was named to the 1970s all-decade team. 
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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    November 23, 2014
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    I’m surprised that Jim Parker of the Baltimore Colts was not even mentioned. Let me tell you. If anybody could beat out Jonathan Ogden,it would be Jim Parker. Roosevelt Brown of the NY Giants?

    • November 30, 2014
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      Jim Parker was one of the greatest and most versatile OL ever. You are correct on that.

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