10. Bryan Bulaga, Right Tackle
This may be one of the more-contested rankings, but Bryan Bulaga kicks off the top ten of our list. Bulaga has obviously had a rocky career due to injuries, but has played extremely well when on the field. He was a first-round pick out of Iowa in 2010 and has consistently been one of the best Packers offensive linemen since.
Bulaga has never been named to the Pro Bowl or an All-Pro selection, but it’s very noticeable when he isn’t on the field. His skill-set as a pass protector is second to none among right tackles in the NFL. He has the size, length and strength to be a left tackle (6-foot-5, 315 pounds, 33.5-inch arms), which allows him to absolutely dominate on the right side.
The injury criticism surrounding Bulaga may be a bit overblown as well. He played in all but five games from 2014-2016. He did miss the entire 2013 season, but still remains only 29-years-old. Coming off a torn ACL from last season, his journey back to the starting lineup will be a long one – if the Packers decide not to release him.
When it’s all said and done, Bulaga may be remembered as just another injury-prone lineman by many fans. But to others, he’ll be known as one of the best at what he did at an important position.