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Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
I always thought Andrew Dice Clay had the most offensive lines.
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Andrew Dice Clay 1987 At Rodney Dangerfields
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
"Our generation" means different things to different people. So with that in mind......
John Hanna, Jeff Van Note and Art Shell all deserve mention in any thread about great offensive lineman.
Conrad Dobler tops the list of meanest, nastiest and dirtiest offensive lineman of all time.
This post was edited by GeorgiaBoy on 3/5/2013 at 6:07 PM
I was a real big fan of the Kansas City Chiefs offensive lines with Willie Roaf, and Will Shields. While I was never a Seahawks fan I think Walter Jones might be the best OT of our time.
While I didnt personally see him play that much many seem to regard Anthony Muñoz as the greatest offensive lineman ever. He seems to be the OT by which all others are measured.
Muñoz last played in 92 so I guess he isnt technically part of this generation.
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