A great quarterback in Madden 21 is of no use if you can’t protect him.
That’s were elite offensive tackles come in. With so many amazing pass rushers in the NFL, you need two good tackles to block them. These are the best around.
How to choose the best offensive tackles (LT/RT) in Madden 21’s Franchise Mode
We aren’t worried about age or contract status. It’s only the very best OVRs around that we care about here. Let’s dive in!
David Bakhtiari – 96 OVR
Team: Green Bay Packers
It’s not surprise to see the Packers man at the top of this list, though he does share the #1 spot this year.
Bakhtiari has been either First- or Second-Team All-Pro the last four years and brings 91 strength, a position-best 98 pass block finesse, and 93 pass block power to the left tackle spot.
He’s got 91 impact block and 98 awareness too.
Mitchell Schwartz – 96 OVR
Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Tying for the #1 spot is KC’s right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. The massive brick wall has been crushing pass rushers for years now.
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He has a position-best 98 pass block power and terrific 94 pass block finesse. He also has 88 strength and 98 awareness, together with an 86 impact block.
Terron Armstead – 95 OVR
Team: New Orleans Saints
Coming in at #3 is the ultra-athletic Terron Armstead. The Saints LT has 89 strength, 86 acceleration, and 80 speed to hustle around the field and pick up even the fastest edge rushers.
He also has 96 pass block finesse, 95 pass block power, and 94 awareness. Armstead is also a better run blocker than the top two, with 90 run block finesse. If you are feeling tricky you can use him at TE thanks to his 65 catching too.
Ronnie Stanley – 93 OVR
Team: Baltimore Ravens
There is a little gap to #4, but Baltimore’s Ronnie Stanley is still a terrific player.
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His 91 strength goes well with his 95 pass block finesse, 92 pass block power, 94 run block finesse, and 89 run block power to make him a very well-rounded tackle.
Trent Williams – 92 OVR
Team: San Francisco 49ers
After a year out, Trent Williams has moved from Washington over to San Francisco and is still rated highly.
He is 90+ in every blocking stat – 94 impact block, 94 pass block power, 93 run block power, 91 pass block finesse, 91 lead block, and 90 run block power.
Williams also brings a massive 95 strength to the position.
Ryan Ramczyk – 91 OVR
Team: New Orleans Saints
The #6 on this list and #2 right tackle is Ryan Ramczyk. Paired with Armstead he gives the Saints an amazing pair of tackles to bookend their line.
He has 93 pass block power, 91 pass block finesse, 91 run block finesse, and 90 run block power.
Tyron Smith – 91 OVR
Team: Dallas Cowboys
The last one on our list is Dallas’ Tyron Smith.
The Cowboys star has 92 run block finesse, 91 pass block power, 89 pass block finesse, and 89 run block power.
He’s also immensely strong with 96 strength.
All the best offensive tackles in Madden 21
|David Bakhtiari||Green Bay Packers||LT||96|
|Mitchell Schwartz||Kansas City Chiefs||RT||96|
|Terron Armstead||New Orleans Saints||LT||95|
|Ronnie Stanley||Baltimore Ravens||LT||93|
|Trent Williams||San Francisco 49ers||LT||92|
|Ryan Ramczyk||New Orleans Saints||RT||91|
|Tyron Smith||Dallas Cowboys||LT||91|
|Lane Johnson||Philadelphia Eagles||RT||89|
|Brian Bulaga||Los Angeles Chargers||RT||88|
|La’el Collins||Dallas Cowboys||RT||87|
|Trent Brown||Las Vegas Raiders||RT||87|
|Andrew Whitworth||Los Angeles Rams||LT||86|
|Anthony Castonzo||Indianapolis Colts||LT||85|
|Laremy Tunsil||Houston Texans||LT||85|
|Mike McGlinchley||San Francisco 49ers||RT||85|
|Duane Brown||Seattle Seahawks||LT||84|
|Taylor Lewan||Tennessee Titans||LT||84|
|Orlando Brown Jr||Baltimore Ravens||RT||83|
|Alejandro Villaneuva||Pittsburgh Steelers||LT||82|
|Braden Smith||Indianapolis Colts||RT||82|
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