I can't vote just yet. Alan Faneca and an RG. The best one I saw was Simmons, which isn't a joke he was pretty good before injuries cut his career short. Chuck Norris was talking up Van ****, was he definitely above Simmons?
I was torn between Van **** and Mullins. Van **** was one of the best of his entire generation and Mullins was a pretty dominating player on the 70's Steelers. I nearly went with Mullins because he was with the team longer, but generally speaking Bruce Van **** was considered to be one of the better offensive linemen in the league during his playing career.
Kendall Simmons was a very good player, but Van **** and Mullins were boarderline great players.
FWIW I personally don't think that any offensive lineman other than Gene Upshaw was ever in Fanaca's league. We got so used to seeing him dominate that I'm not really sure people appriciate the fact that Alan Fanaca may be the best offensive lineman to ever play the game.
Last edited by Chuck Norris; 11-15-2012 at 09:39 PM.