This will be broken down into three parts, beginning with the starting offensive line: Jedrick Wills, Joel Bitonio, JC Tretter, Wyatt Teller, and Jack Conklin. Your offensive line is pretty damn good when a player like Jedrick Wills would be ranked fifth out of five players. Wills, the tenth overall pick from a year ago, had a solid rookie season, playing in 15 games and battling through a couple of injuries. My primary evaluation of a rookie offensive tackle isn’t whether they play at a dominant level right away, but rather whether they can bring some stability for their quarterback. Wills overcame the adjustment of moving from right tackle to left tackle despite a COVID-shortened offseason, a testament to offensive line coach Bill Callahan.