|Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Year|
|Awarded for||Awarded annually to the best offensive line.|
|Presented by||National Football League|
|Currently held by||Los Angeles Rams|
The Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Year is an award given annually in honor of the National Football League (NFL)'s best offensive line. The award was established after the 2016 season, and first awarded to the Dallas Cowboys at the 6th Annual NFL Honors.
In 2009, the NFL announced they would be honoring the league's best offensive line with the Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award. The award was named after John Madden and sponsored by Prilosec OTC. The award was discontinued after the 2012 season.
In 2016, the Ford F-Series was named the NFL's official truck sponsor. After that, the NFL and Ford partnered together to begin awarding Offensive Line of the Week recognitions, with NFL Network analyst and former Pro Bowl center Shaun O'Hara selecting those lines. At the 6th Annual NFL Honors, following the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys' offensive line was selected as the Offensive Line of the Year.
|2016||Dallas Cowboys||Ronald Leary (left guard)
Zack Martin (right guard)
|Tyron Smith (left tackle)
Doug Free (right tackle)
|2017||Philadelphia Eagles||Stefen Wisniewski (left guard)
Brandon Brooks (right guard)
|Halapoulivaati Vaitai (left tackle)
Lane Johnson (right tackle)
|2018||Los Angeles Rams||Rodger Saffold (left guard)
Austin Blythe (right guard)
|Andrew Whitworth (left tackle)
Rob Havenstein (right tackle)