Ranking the Steelers offensive linemen from strongest to weakest as upgrades join in

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Most fans of the Steelers have kept a close eye on what the club has been doing with their offensive line. The group struggled mightily out of the gate last season before they started to click more as the schedule pushed on. Even though there were some slight improvements, overall, this group continued to not play to the level this team needs them to.

Last offseason presented a retooling phase for an offensive line that desperately needed a facelift. Investment is a big part of a successful roster in the trenches, and this organization has refused to provide resources for this part of the club for a while now. Last season's retool came with mostly negative results, and now the team is looking to further answers across their offensive line for long-term improvements. 

1. Isaac Seumalo becomes the top OL on Steelers

One of the biggest additions this offseason has been Isaac Seumalo. He signed with the Steelers on a new three-year contract that brought him across the state from Philadelphia. He was a big part of the offensive line’s success in the city of brotherly love. Adding him to this roster provides an immediate upgrade at left guard over last year’s starter, Kevin Dotson.

Seumalo is a former third round selection by the Eagles back in the 2016 NFL Draft. He was able to play his way into a starting role with the Eagles before departing the club in free agency this offseason. Not many predicted that this talented offensive lineman would end up with the Steelers, but he becomes their most stable player in the trenches for the time being.