Madden 24 Best OL Ratings – Top 20 offensive lineman ranked

Madden 24 Best OL Ratings – Top 20 offensive lineman ranked
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Which offensive linemen have the best Madden 24 OL ratings? One of the most overlooked and under-appreciated positions in football is that of offensive lineman, no matter where you play. Though every offensive lineman position comes with its own unique responsibilities and level of importance, the entire unit plays such an integral role in not only providing the lanes running backs need, but also the time for quarterbacks to deliver strikes from the pocket.

Well with the Madden 24 release date right around the corner, fans are already contemplating which teams and players they want to play with. And if you’re trying to succeed at both passing the ball and or running it, you will definitely want to polish up on which teams come with the best offensive linemen.

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Madden 24 OL Ratings

Here’s the Top 20 Madden 24 Offensive Lineman:

Zack Martin99
Trent Williams98
Lane Johnson98
Laremy Tunsil95
Chris Lindstrom93
Joel Bitonio92
Tristan Wirfs92
Quenton Nelson92
Jason Kelce92
Andrew Thomas92
Terron Armstead91
Creed Humphrey90
David Bakhtiari90
Ronnie Staley90
Joe Thuney89
Tyron Smith89
Ryan Ramczyk89
Corey Linsley88
Frank Ragnow88
Ryan Jansen87

Sitting in the number one spot on the Top 20 list this year, is that of Dallas Cowboys right guard, Zack Martin. The six-time First Team All-Pro offensive lineman has been an ace for the Cowboys offensive line for years. And after coming in as a 98 overall last year in Madden 23, it’s not surprising that he became a 99 overall in Madden 24.

Right behind Martin are both Williams and Johnson, who two of the best tackles in the game and in the NFL period. And the best center among the offensive like position group, belongs to Jason Kelce who comes in at a 92 overall rating. Down below we review five of the Top 20 Madden 24 OL ratings and why they deserve to be on this list.

Zack Martin – 99 overall

If you ask most NFL experts who the best guard is over the last five years, most if not all will say Zack Martin. The eight-time Pro Bowler and six-time First Team All-Pro guard has simply transformed into a master of the blocking craft, and last season that really showed. In 17 games played, Martin did allow 16 pressures but did not concede a single sack on the season. There’s plenty of reasons why Martin made the 99 Club again this year, and his performance last season only solidified his greatness once more. If you want the best offensive lineman in Madden 24, Martin is your man.

Lane Johnson – 98 overall

The Eagles had one special season, and a big reason why was because of how versatile and dangerous their offense was. But what made their offensive as dynamic and so elite, was their offensive line, which is not only home to center Jason Kelce (92 overall), but the one and only Lane Johnson. Anchoring the right tackle position, Johnson is coming off a red-hot season, allowing just nine pressures and no sacks in 15 games played over the regular season. Following the end of the season, Johnson was selected First Team All-Pro and made his fourth Pro Bowl appearance as well.

Chris Lindstrom – 93 overall

The Falcons have become very good at running the ball, and that was on full display last season. Even when passing the ball and giving quarterbacks Marcus Mariota or Desmond Ridder more time in the pocket, they held their own quite well, and a key reason why is because of Lindstrom. In 17 games played, Lindstrom gave up only nine pressures, including two sacks. The 26-year-old guard has solidified himself as one of the best in the league. If you’re aiming on building a team for the future in Madden 24, you cannot go wrong with having Lindstrom on your team.

Andrew Thomas – 92 overall

The Giants offense finally hit its stride last season. And a key reason why was because of how well their offensive line performed. Leading that charge was none other than Andrew Thomas at left tackle, who in 16 games played, just allowed three sacks and 21 pressures. The Giants have been looking for an anchoring presence at left tackle for quarterback Daniel Jones, and at only 24-years-old, Thomas has all the tools to become into a monster of an offensive lineman for years to come. Keep in mind that Thomas also made Second Team All-Pro following his performance, and did so with an offensive line that was frequently not at full strength.

Creed Humphrey – 90 overall

The Chiefs have one of the most well-rounded teams in the NFL, and one of their bright spots is their offensive line. From Creed Humphrey to then Joe Thuney, the Chiefs understand how invaluable quarterback Patrick Mahomes is and have gone great lengths to protect him. At only age 24, Humphrey has hit his stride quite quickly in the NFL, producing excellent protection for his quarterback and showing the kind of talent he can be. In 17 games played, Humphrey didn’t allow a single sack despite conceding 16 pressures. Humphrey would carry his excellent play into the playoffs and help his team win its second Super Bowl in four years. Though some might feel Humphrey should be higher, his 90 overall is certainly a fitting one seeing how young he still is.

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