1. Quenton Nelson, OG
I mean, how could it be anyone else.
When he came out of Notre Dame I was lower on Nelson than most because he looked heavy footed and while he was rock solid in pass protection, I thought that he would struggle to fit into a scheme where he had to go East-West instead of North-South.
I was absolutely wrong. The guy is a bulldozer and he is to be feared and respected, at least by those who watch the offensive line.
Where he fits with the Tennessee Titans is that he would obviously be the starting right guard for the team. While it is tempting to put him on the left side in this dream scenario, I like to think of the sides of the line as technical finesse vs country power.
At right guard and right tackle, now you have Quenton Nelson and Jack Conklin. If you are the 3-tech on that side, good luck getting any sort of bullrush against those two, in fact Lord help you if they call a “duo” block and send you on skates into your linebacker’s lap.
That would be the meanest and best line in the NFL, bar none. Too bad this is just a dream world (until Taylor Lewan convinces Nelson to move to Nashville since they became best friends).