nice list i found, look who tops the list..
April 3, 2010, 7:13 am Best Right Tackles in the N.F.L.: The Top 10 List
By ANDY BENOIT
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely – but not strictly – by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn’t utterly ignored. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That’s why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to disagree about what you’re about to read.
10. David Stewart, Tennessee Titans
Classic veteran RT: gritty, sloppy but somehow reliable.
9. Marc Colombo, Dallas Cowboys
See David Stewart.
8. Levi Brown, Arizona Cardinals
Resounding strength, but must improve quickness and footwork if he wants to realize his vast potential.
7. Jeff Otah, Carolina Panthers
If he can ever stay healthy, he’ll probably top this list.
6. Willie Colon, Pittsburgh Steelers
Sounds as if the only time he doesn’t keep Big Ben clean is in college town bars.
5. Ryan Harris, Denver Broncos
Moves with the dexterity of a left tackle.
4. Ryan Diem, Indianapolis Colts
Thick, long frame makes him impossible to get around. Offers decent mobility as a run-blocker, too.
3. Jason Smith, St. Louis Rams
A true punisher. Athletic. Has only played 8 games (5 starts). Give him 8 more and he’ll either be a.) starting at left tackle or b.) known as the best right tackle in football.
2. Michael Oher, Baltimore Ravens
Got better by the week. At this point, his greatest asset might be versatility.
1. Damien Woody, Jets
Flourishes as a straight-line road-grader in New York’s system. And rarely gives up pressure in the pass game.
Wait, what about….
Jon Stinchcomb, New Orleans Saints
Noble competitor, would probably make a Top 11 list, but his recent Pro Bowl honor was more a nod to the Saints’ line as a whole.
Mark Tauscher, Packers
Dependable veteran, but no longer elite because of injuries.
Kareem McKenzie, Giants
Also dependable, but a tad lethargic. Plus, the new question is, Can he stay healthy?