1. New York Jets
Projected Starter: Damien Woody
The Jets' offensive line is thought to be one of the best in the business, and starting right tackle Damien Woody does his fair share to help them earn that reputation. That reputation has a lot to do with the Jets producing the league's best ground game a year ago, but Woody is the complete package. Not only is he a more than adequate run blocker, but his pass protection is probably second to only Jake Long in the division, and arguably worthy of top five status in the entire league. Woody allowed 3 sacks and 10 quarterback pressures in 09', and was the only starting tackle in football to not give up a quarterback hit.
2. Miami Dolphins
Projected Starter: Vernon Carey
Lining up opposite Jake Long, one of the best lineman in football, Carey doesn't get a whole lot of respect. Some of that is because he has struggled in pass protection at times over the years, but other than a few poor outings, he really hasn't been a horrible pass blocker. In fact, I would even go as far as to say he has been borderline solid. At 340 pounds though, it's Carey's run blocking that really sets him apart, as he is considered to be one of the better run blocking tackles in the league. With all the shuffling the Dolphins have done on the interior of the line this offseason though, you have to wonder how short Carey's leash is. An injury, or continued struggles protecting Henne, and the front office may explore replacing Carey with a less expensive alternative next offseason.