The New York Giants boast the heaviest offensive line in the NFL heading into the 2015 NFL season, while the Atlanta Falcons have the lightest.
The Giants’ o-line average at 323.75 pounds, and they lead a group of five teams with an offensive line that’s at or bigger than 320 pounds on average. The other teams are the Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders.
The Falcons’ o-line is at 301.778 pounds. They are the only team with an offensive line lighter than 305 pounds.
Seven other NFL teams (Pittsburgh Steelers, Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans) have an offensive line lighter than 310 pounds on average.
The Dallas Cowboys, a team that’s usually noted for its offensive line’s run blocking ability and their players’ size, are “only” ninth on this list, averaging 317.75 pounds.