Despite the highs and lows of 2022, the Detroit Lions’ offensive line remained a dominant unit in the NFL.
All year long, PFF ranked each team’s offensive line based on their performance that week and of course, their grading scales. Overall, they finished the season at No. 8. The Lions unit never fell out of the top 10 — reaching as high as third entering the season and as low as the 10th spot.
PFF had a not-so-great note about the line following the season finale against the Green Bay Packers: “The guard duo of Evan Brown and Jonah Jackson were worked over by Green Bay in Week 18, surrendering eight pressures as a pair.”
But they did highlight Penei Sewell as the best player in the unit, which is great considering center Frank Ragnow typically gets all the love.
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Source: Lions News: Detroit’s offensive line finishes season ranked 8th in NFL – Pride Of Detroit