Left Tackle: Kolton Miller
Kolton Miller had a bounce-back year in his sophomore season, proving that he is the guy for the Raiders. After an up and down rookie year, Miller came back in a major way, shutting down some of the best edge rushers in the NFL, while protecting Derek Carr’s blindside well.
Left Guard: Richie Incognito
Richie Incognito silenced the critics last season, proving that even with time off, he could be one of the best guards in the NFL. The Raiders have extended Incognito and for good reason, as he proved he has a lot left in the tank.
Center: Rodney Hudson
Rodney Hudson continues to be one of, if not the best, centers in the NFL, and he was one of a few Pro Bowlers for the Raiders this past season. As long as Hudson is playing at a high level, the Raiders will continue to pay him, and if he continues on this path, he could end up in the Hall of Fame.
Right Guard: Gabe Jackson
Gabe Jackson struggled last season with injuries and will have to compete with Denzelle Good for the starting spot next season. Jackson is the only question mark on the offensive line as of now, but if he returns to his former self, he is one of the most underrated guards in football.
Right Tackle: Trent Brown
Trent Brown proved to be worth the money in 2019, arguably being the best right tackle in the NFL, after shifting from the left side the year before in New England. His size and strength proved to match his skill as he was able to hold off the best edge rushers in the NFL, teaming with Miller to give the Raiders elite bookends at the tackle position.