Ranking the top 10 players from the 2014 NFL Draft

  • You can guess who the top spot belongs to
  • A pair of Cowboys make the cut

Khalil Mack, 2014 NFL Draft
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#7. OG Joel Bitonio

Drafted by the Browns with pick #35 overall in the second-round pick, Joel Bitonio has been an unwavering presence on their offensive line. His year-in and year-out consistency has garnered him 5 Pro Bowl nods, further solidifying his reputation as a linchpin of Cleveland's offensive line.

Bitonio remains one of the top 5 guards in the league and is a large reason that the Browns have had such a dynamic rushing attack over the past few seasons. Bitonio's contributions have been noteworthy in pass protection, but have been invaluable by establishing massive rushing lanes for the running game.



He has started in 112 games, which is 2nd in Cleveland's history only behind Joe Thomas, per the Cleveland Browns. Overall, Bitonio is an underappreciated star who absolutely deserves this spot.