Browns with Thomas have best O-line in the NFL
Originally Published: June 16, 2008By Matt Williamson | Scouts Inc.
It can be argued that Cleveland left tackle Joe Thomas is the best player to come out of the 2007 draft. Yes, even better than Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, whose accolades are obviously much easier to quantify. After just one season in the league, Thomas can be considered one of the top left tackles in the game. Jason Peters (Buffalo), Walter Jones (Seattle) and Jammal Brown (Saints), amongst others, can give the youngster a strong run for his money for that honor. But I am willing to go one step farther and say that Cleveland, thanks to Thomas, has the best offensive line in the NFL.
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