One of the keys to success to any offensive line unit is continuity and Seattle has had very little of it over the last nine years.

But it looks like they have finally found a cornerstone piece at right guard for years to come in 2020 third round pick Damien Lewis. The potential was clear from the beginning as Lewis was one of the biggest bullies along the offensive line for one of the greatest college football teams ever assembled in the 2019 LSU Tigers, who ran the table, scored a billion points, and won the national title.

Through the first nine games, Lewis played as solid as a first-year starter at right guard as anyone could have asked of the rookie. He earned two grades north of 77.0 according to Pro Football Focus during the first nine games of his NFL career and has an average grade of 75.8, ranking among the best graded rookies at any position.

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