NFL Quarter Pole: All-NFL Team

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Sep 20, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (77) looks on before the game against the San Diego Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati defeated San Diego 24-19. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Tackle

Andrew Whitworth, Sebastian Vollmer

Andrew Whitworth was the NFL’s best offensive tackle in 2014, and he’s just as good in 2015. Still yet to give up a sack in the past two seasons, Whitworth has been a consistent force on Andy Dalton’s blind side and has helped Dalton stay upright throughout the season. Whitworth has faced edge rushers such as Elvis Dumervil, Khalil Mack and Tamba Hali, but he has yet to give up a sack.

Sebastian Vollmer is the NFL’s top right tackle; he is PFF’s top right tackle and has been for some time. Vollmer is consistent; he rarely gives up sacks and he is a force in the running game. Tom Brady has always played behind a great offensive line, and Vollmer has been a fixture on that line for years and years.

Runners-up: Joe Thomas, Trent Williams