Raiders 1970s Offensive Line One of the Greatest

NFL.com's Chris Wesseling recently took up the debate over the greatest offensive line of all-time. He included the Raiders offensive line of the 1970s as one of the greatest groups in NFL history.

» 1970s Oakland Raiders: Right tackle Bob Brown, left tackle Art Shell, guard Gene Upshaw and center Jim Otto are all in the Hall of Fame. The latter three are in the discussion for the best at their respective position in NFL history.

Notable players who played on the Raiders offensive line of the 1970s also included G George Buehler, T John Vella, Hall of Fame T Ron Mix, C Dave Dalby and T Henry Lawrence. 

NFL.com's Chris Wesseling calls out the Raiders offensive line of the 1970s as one of the greatest of all-time.

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