Says Pro Football Focus:

This season, the best offensive lineman in football was none other than Eagles guard Brandon Brooks.

Brooks has been a perennially underrated player throughout his NFL career, whether it was playing in Houston or Philadelphia.

Aside from a rookie season in which he played just 173 snaps, he has earned overall PFF grades of at least 74.0 every season since.

Four of those six seasons before this one saw him top 80.0 overall, but this year he took his game to another level, earning an overall grade of 92.9.

For years we have been making the case that he deserves Pro Bowl, and then All-Pro, recognition, and now he deserves to be acknowledged as the best offensive lineman in the game.

Brandon Brooks: Career overall grades (2012-2019)
SeasonTeamSnaps PFF GradePFF Grade Rank
2019Eagles1,04692.91/88
2018Eagles1,16874.810/86
2017Eagles1,27986.23/86
2016Eagles98982.412/82
2015Texans1,05475.932/84
2014Texans98985.37/79
2013Texans1,04687.64/80
2012Texans17366.5N/A

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