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A look at Sitton's line pairings with the Packers

Jul. 10, 2013
 

The Green Bay Packers will have a new starting right guard for the first time in four years following the organizationís decision to move Josh Sitton to the left side of the offensive line this offseason.

Later this week, weíll take an in-depth look at the 27-year-old Sitton and the presence he has provided throughout the course of his 72 career starts dating back to his rookie season in 2008.

Before that, we categorized the different line combinations Sitton has been apart of as the Packers' starting right guard, including the centers and right tackles who have started alongside him since supplanting Josh Spitz as the team's starting right guard in 2009.

A fourth-round pick in 2008, Sitton has started next 11 different center/tackle combinations during his time in Green Bay. Oddly enough, however, he's never lined up between the Packers' projected starting line for 2013 (left tackle Bryan Bulaga and center Evan Dietrich-Smith).

All that being said, below is a look at the individuals Sitton has lined up against over the course of his NFL career.

Tackles whoíve started next to Josh Sitton (starts including postseason):
1. Bryan Bulaga 36 (2010-present)
2. Mark Tauscher 14 (2008-10)
3. Allen Barbre 7 (2009)
4. Don Barclay 6 (2012)
5. T.J. Lang 5 (2009, 2011, 2012)
6. Marshall Newhouse 3 (2011)
7. Daryn Colledge 1 (2008)

Center/tackle combinations (including postseason):
1. Scott Wells/Bryan Bulaga 27 (2010-11)
2. Scott Wells/Mark Tauscher 14 (2008-10)
3. Jeff Saturday/Bryan Bulaga 9 (2012)
4. Scott Wells/Allen Barbre 5 (2009)
5. Evan Dietrich-Smith/Don Barclay 4 (2012)
6. Scott Wells/Marshall Newhouse 3 (2011)
7. Jeff Saturday/T.J. Lang 3 (2012)
8. Scott Wells/T.J. Lang 2 (2009, 2011)
9. Jeff Saturday/Don Barclay 2 (20012)
10. Jason Spitz/Allen Barbre 2 (2009)
11. Scott Wells/Daryn Colledge 1 (2008)

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