Thus far in 2013: Washington Redskins RT Tyler Polumbus PFF shows Polumbus as the 2nd best RT in all of football at a 20.4 (just behind Demar Dotson's 21.7) He's also the least penalized tackle in the NFL, and is the 3rd best pass blocker. The Redskins have been garbage this season, but Polumbus has been a rare bright spot. New England Patriots LT Nate Solder Solder rates as the 7th best LT in the NFL (21.5), 11th best pass blocking and 8th best run blocking RT. He also costs his team few penalty yards as he ranks 4th here. Green Bay Packers LT David Bakhtiari Bakh has had a tough rookie season, but that's to be expected. Rookies rarely come in right away and make huge impacts. Trent Williams, the second most highly rated tackle finished his rookie season with a score of -13.4. So far, Bakhtiari has a score of -12.5 (with two games left of course.) In any case, the Packers seem happy with him and his spot isn't in danger. Like everyone else on the list so far, he's disciplined re: penalties. (Also, FWIW, Jimmy Smith is the 18th best CB and should improve with experience.) With three starting tackles in the NFL... it seems like HCMM and the staff ought to be selling us as "O-Lineman U" just like how various schools have held the mantle of "Quarterback U."