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Top 10 greatest NFL guards of all time in history

There have been some pretty great offensive guards in the history of the National Football League. Take a look here at the top 10 greatest NFL guards of all time in history.

Last updated: 18.05.2022
greatest NFL guards of all time in history

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There have been some pretty great offensive guards in the history of the National Football League. Let's go down the list.

Zack Martin

Dallas Cowboys, Martin has been in the league for 6 seasons and has been to 6 straight pro bowls and 6 all pro teams. Martin gave up 0 sacks last years and is on pace to become a hall of famer.


Quenton Nelson

Quenton Big Q`s game is near perfect with unbelievable size and athletic ability. Nelson has allowed 0 sacks throughout his career and earned himself All Pro Honors for back to back years. What is most special about Nelson is the amount of highlights he creates at the position, he`s arguably the best offensive lineman in the NFL and is helping the guard position get the recognition they deserve.

RG Brandon Scherff

According to reports, the Washington Redskins hoped to open up contract talks with RG Brandon Scherff during the regular season. The Washington Redskins extended his contract avoiding having to pay a higher value with the rising market for offensive guards.


Clint Boling and Kevin Zeitler.

Clint Boling and Kevin Zeitler. The Cincinnati Bengals starting guards. They had a solid year in 2012 and helped the team have one of the best O lines in the NFL.


OG Graham Glasgow

Denver Broncos right guard OG Graham Glasgow. Glasgow played right guard last year for the first time in his career and had his best season.  Pro Football Focus graded him the 8th best guard amongst 28 qualifying players.

Will Shields

There have been some pretty great offensive guards in the history of the NFL. Will is one of the best. Kansas City Chiefs left guard was elected to the Pro Football. A  third round pick in 1993 and never missed a game in 14 NFL seasons, playing in all 224. Every year was spent in Kansas City Chiefs, where he made 12 straight Pro Bowl appearances. His first and second seasons were the only ones where he didn`t play in the Pro Bowl. He was an All Pro seven times and was named to the 2000s All Decade team.


Quenton Nelson

The Indianapolis Colt guard Quenton Nelson, Quenton was on a streak of 30 straight games without allowing a sack. The longest active streak among NFL guards.


OL John Hannah

New England Patriots OL John Hannah (1973-1985) was one of seven guards chosen to make up the 100 best players in NFL history.

Dru Samia

New York Jets guard, Dru Samia is ranked 75th for guards in the National Football League out of 75 total guards ranked by Pro Football Focus.


Jahri Evans

Green Bay Packers guard, Evans was ranked 30th in the league in 2017.


Matt Feiler

Matt played his first season at left guard last season which is where he played for the Chargers (either LG or RG). Matt also had a 98.2 pass block efficiency rating which puts him at 9th in the NFL amongst guards.


Shaq Mason

New England Patriots right guard Shaq Mason is in line to become one of the highest paid offensive guards in the NFL. Mason, a formed 2015 fourth round pick out of Georgia Tech, has entered the final year of his 4-year, $2.723 million rookie contract and stood to make a base salary of $1.907 million for the 2018 season.


Marshall Yanda

Marshall Yanda leads all NFL offensive guards with 34,974 votes. Yanda is one of the greatest offensive guards of all time and at age 35. Yanda is still going strong. He has helped paved the way for the NFL's best rushing offense.


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