Geron Christian, Wes Schweitzer, Chase Roullier, Brandon Scherff, Morgan Moses, Cornelius Lucas III, Wes Martin, Ross Pierschbacher
Much like the rest of the Washington offense, there is just not much to be excited about. Simply put, this unit lacks in star power, experience, and talent.
Christian is slated to be the starting left tackle, arguably one of the most important positions on the field. He has just two starts in 18 career games. On the opposite side, Moses grades out as a slightly above average right tackle.
Along the interior, Scherff is their lone great player, validating his fifth-overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft with three Pro Bowl nominations in five seasons. Unfortunately, he has also missed 13 games over the last two seasons which means when he misses time, things get real ugly, real quick if/when the bench is required to see action. Schweitzer and Roullier round out the starting unit. Both are young and reliable, albeit not awe-inspiring.
In 2019, Washington finished as the worst pass yardage team and in the bottom five in touchdown passes. Meanwhile, their quarterbacks were sacked 50 times. The running game was not much better. It’s hard to see much improvement coming down the pipe in 2020.