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Where does the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line rank?

The folks over at Pro Football Focus are at again and this time they rank the offensive lines of all 32 NFL teams.

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While not a lot has gone right for the Kansas City Chiefs so far this season from a win/loss perspective there are aspects of this team that have performed well. We all know that in the end all that matters are wins and losses but it's still nice to see parts of the team that are playing well.

We talked about Jamaal Charles and the season he's having earlier today in the latest video from the Arrowhead Pride YouTube channel.

The guys over at Pro Football Focus have ranked the offensive line's of all 32 NFL teams top to bottom based on their run blocking, pass blocking and penalites committed.

The Chiefs come in ranked 2nd in the NFL according to this Pro Football Focus article.

2. Kansas City Chiefs

PB = 2nd, RB = 10th, PEN = 9th

You can’t blame the Chiefs struggle on their offensive line. Branden Albert has given up just eight quarterback disruptions all year, Ryan Lilja (who was playing well at LG) looks like a natural at center, while Eric Winston and Jon Asamoah have formed a handy combination. The quarterback situation is killing this team.

Well the last part doesn't tell us something we didn't already know but I'm not sure who could have guessed we'd be ranked as the second best offensive line in all of football at this point.

You can check out the rest of the rankings by following the link above.

What do you think about this ranking? It's better than I thought it would be.

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