LINK I found number 2 interesting, maybe our front office should take note of this... 2. New England Patriots offensive line 2005: $7.0 million combined estimated cap value Now we know why metaphors can't pay. The previously unknown (and most likely still unknown) players that make up this offensive line have to be the largest collection of bargains around. It's a good thing they can make some extra money from Madison Avenue, because the Patriots' five starting linemen will make less this year than Walter Jones alone made with Seattle last season. And that figure includes Matt Light, the Daddy Warbucks of the group, who entered this year with a $2.7 million cap figure. Last year's unit ranked fifth in both of our offensive line metrics, adjusted line yards (run blocking) and adjusted sack rate (pass protection). This year's unit started with four of the same players, along with rookie Logan Mankins; when Light was injured, he was replaced by rookie Nick Kaczur ($367,000), who immediately became the weakest link. The Patriots have struggled to run the ball this year, but this line still ranks high in pass protection with the fourth-lowest adjusted sack rate in the league.