Not sure I agree.
Semualo... honestly, he is the teams secret MVP this year. He has been very, very good, especially in the run game. If you go back and look you might notice they have been running behind him alot this year, which is of course different than other years.
Brooks is getting fairly old and has had 2 bad injuries. OL careers normally end quickly (Jason Peters of course being an extreme example of the opposite as he just fights through every injury). I am worried about him.
Johnson the same.
Kelce, not sure he even comes back for another season, but I suspect if he does next year is his last.
Peters is done. Enshrine him. Put him up on the Wall of Fame. Consider retiring the number, he was that good.
Dillard willl hopefully be good, but his rookie season was not a slam dunk. That said, if he plays 1 position to at least learn I think he will be ok.
We will miss Vaitai. He hasnt been the best in the world, but how many career backups have played as much as he has in all kinds of positions. Wish him well, I hope he can nail down a LT job and succeed.
Other guys are to be determined at best, but we are a long way from having a good, young to middle aged line. All of our good lineman are probably past their primes, Dillard needs to step in.
Maleata (sp?) is the big risk maybe. He might be great, he really might. He has insane athleticism and strength. Missing this year really hurt, he gets a chance next year to fill the Vaitai role. He is still only 22 shockingly.
I hope you are right PC, but to me there are many question marks about this OL. Too many guys on the wrong side of their career and the young guys (except Semualo) havent proven anything yet and their are some results (Dillard) that actually dont look good (ok at LT, benched at RT).