Hall of Famer Boselli says Trent Williams is the best tackle in NFL

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Hall of Famer Boselli says Trent Williams is the best tackle in the NFL, Coach, and Hall of Famer Tony Boselli said that today’s best tackle is Trent Williams, who has been more recently voted to the Pro Bowl each of the last four seasons. My favorite tackle in today’s game is Trent Williams, Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him. I love how he plays. He’s physical.

14 Pro Bowls

The Hall of Fame left tackle was a 14-time Pro Bowl selection during his 15 seasons with Jacksonville. He was selected to nine consecutive Pro Bowls from 1997-2004, and again in 2006, 2007, and 2008. His performances earned him three trips to Hawaii as a first-team All-Pro.

A part should show X-small sample size bias: My favorite tackle in today’s game is Trent Williams, Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him. I love how he plays. He’s physical.

Has great hands. He’s probably been one of my favorites that have played at that position. Fourteen times! That tells you something right there (about Williams). Just looking at him you think ooh, nasty dude right there. That tells you something right there – when guys are getting voted into 14 Pro Bowls they must be doing something really good out there too. Ouch.. 4th or 5th round? The dude’s spent most of his career going up against Pro Bowlers.

That takes guts and makes me think even more highly of him. Wouldn’t want to play across from that guy come Sundays! Not just fourth or fifth rounds man… 2nd round! Man sees all those Pro Bowls now why would we expect a second-rounder to be better than an elite left tackle who’s made pro bowl teams every year since 1997? LOL Man see all those Pro Bowls now why would we expect a second-rounder to be better than an elite left tackle who’s made pro bowl teams every year since 1997?

Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him. I love how he plays. He’s physical. He has a nastiness. Boselli was a dominating left tackle in his day, earning three All-Pro nods, two Pro Bowls, and an invite to Canton during his 13-year career, so he knows a thing or two about being at one of football’s most important positions Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him.

I love how he plays. He’s physical, said Boselli. He has a nastiness. … Hall of Famer Rod Woodson compared Taylor to Jason Taylor while mentioning that he also sees many similarities between Ed Reed and Taylor, whom Woodson played within Baltimore.

My favorite tackle in today’s game is Trent Williams: Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him. I love how he plays: Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge and I ra Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge: Hall of Famer Boselli told Clark Judge and Ira Kaufman on The Eye Test for Two podcasts. Love him. I love how he plays.

Super Bowl ring

And he knows first-hand what it takes to get there. It’s all about sacrifice, said Boselli, a Hall of Fame offensive lineman who played with Jacksonville from 1995-2001. When you have a good team and can be special, everybody has to make sacrifices. Everybody has to buy into what we’re doing here. And if we do that, we can win a championship.

He plays smart, Boselli told The Eye Test for Two. He has really good feet for a big guy. And he does a nice job on pass protection. I think guys are looking at him like, ‘I don’t want to get blocked by him because he does such a great job on pass protection.’ Those are signs of a pretty damn good player.

But you also have to look at his production over time. How well has he played? Is he getting better? He’s had some ups and downs, but for the most part, as long as he stays healthy, he’ll continue to improve. That stuff is going to come around for him eventually.

And when it does – look out! This guy could take off next year or maybe two years from now when Kirk (Cousins) leaves. You never know how things will play out in Washington, especially with different coaches coming and going. There will probably be a bunch of new faces on that roster every year until they find their way back to being competitive again.

So Trent’s just gotta stick around and let it happen naturally. I haven’t been able to watch a lot of films on Justin Britt yet, but everyone tells me he was much better last year than people realize. So I wouldn’t be surprised if those guys both came up huge together on that O-line in 2018 while Williams continues his development as one of the top players at his position.

ow before you start screaming at your phone or computer: Wait! Williams isn’t currently playing under a contract extension right now! How can he be an elite left tackle?! Let me tell you why: Talent typically rises to the top no matter what contract a player might have signed. For example, Von Miller wasn’t always making 20 million dollars per season on record-breaking deals.

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