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Johnny Football? Johnny Schmootball! Ben Muth says the key to the Browns' win over Tennessee was the way their linemen played as a unit.
Why did Peyton Manning's offense fail to score a touchdown? Mainly because the young players on the line struggled so badly.
Resident offensive line expert Ben Muth previews the three teams on which he'll be focusing this season: Dallas, Denver, and Cleveland.
Ben Muth puts Baltimore's 2014 season to bed, and says their offensive line should be a solid building block for 2015.
Ben Muth explains how Baltimore was able to defeat the Steelers with a line full of backups and out-of-position players.
With the season almost through, Ben Muth takes one final look at the St. Louis line. There's hope for the future here, but some serious questions will need to be answered in the offseason.
Ben Muth examines the performance of Baltimore's offensive line against San Diego, and explains teamwork and chemistry are for more important on the offensive line than individual talent.
Ben Muth breaks down Chicago's win over Minnesota, and defends the quarterback sweep on fourth-and-goal.
Ben Muth says that Baltimore's third-year guard Kelechi Osemele might be the NFL's next great interior lineman.
Ben Muth's tape analysis shows that St. Louis rookie Greg Robinson is still a work in progress -- as is Seattle's defense.