Pittsburgh's tie against the Detroit Lions last Sunday left them in first place in the AFC wild-card race and just a half-game behind the Ravens for the division lead. Ben Muth shows how their offensive line has improved, and where they still have work to do.
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No matter what play Cleveland called against Cincinnati, run or pass, the offensive line made it work.
Even in victory against the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers struggled to protect Ben Roethlisberger. That must change if they're going to return to the playoffs this year.
The Kansas City Chiefs are in last place in the AFC West, and that's partly because their offensive line is giving up too much pressure on Patrick Mahomes.
The Chiefs' offense is next to last in turnovers, and their defense is dead last in DVOA. But Ben Muth says the big boys up front are still getting the job done and the offense, at least, should get things sorted soon.
Offensive line expert Ben Muth shows how Cleveland's best offensive players in a 14-7 win over Minnesota were their blockers—not only their linemen, but also tight ends Austin Hooper, David Njoku, and Harrison Bryant.
Offensive line expert Ben Muth examines the Steelers' 24-10 loss to Cincinnati and comes away concerned about Pittsburgh's passing, running, and blocking. Besides that things were great.
Led by the efforts of JC Tretter, Wyatt Teller, and Jack Conklin, the Cleveland Browns dominated the Houston Texans 31-21 in a Week 2 matchup. Offensive line expert Ben Muth shows how effective they played as a unit and as individuals.
The Kansas City Chiefs made a big trade for Orlando Brown Jr. this offseason, giving up a first-rounder and other picks in the process. Brown's first game in a Kansas City uniform was a disappointment, but Ben Muth sees hope for better days ahead. PLUS: Andy Reid with the play call of the year.
Offensive line specialist Ben Muth reveals the three teams he'll be tracking this fall: the Cleveland Browns, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.