Which of these Hall of Famers is the best left tackle in NFL history?
Anthony Munoz - The third overall pick of the 1980 draft, Munoz went to 11 Por Bowls and was selected first-team all-pro nine times in his 13-year career. He was named to both the 1980s all-decade team and the NFL’s 75th anniversary team.
Jonathan Ogden - The fourth overall pick of the 1996 draft, Ogden went to 11 Pro Bowls and was named first-team all-pro five times in his 12-year career. He won a Super Bowl ring with the Ravens and was selected to the 2000s NFL all-decade team.
Willie Roaf - The eighth overall pick of the 1993 draft, Roaf went to 11 Pro Bowls and was named first-team all-pro six times in his 13-year career. He was named to the 1990s all-decade team playing for the Saints and the 2000s all-decade team playing for the Chiefs.
Art Shell - A third round draft pick in 1968, Shell went to eight Pro Bowls in his 15-year career. He started in three Super Bowls and his Raiders won them all. Shell also was named to the 1970s all-decade team.