Offensive linemen are often overlooked.
When the ball is snapped, they are at the line of scrimmage, blocking for running backs and protecting their quarterback.
When a running back sprints through the middle of the line without being touched, he gets the glory of scoring a touchdown.
When a quarterback has time to see down the field and find an open receiver, the duo connects for a score.
But it all starts with the offensive line and while they might not get the glory, they’re alright with that.