Right before I decided to start writing this post I happened across a similar post from Bleeding Green Nation (Eagles blog) that listed every teams' offensive line by name and age so I decided to borrow some of that article to ease my job a bit.
As it turns out the Panthers have the 11th oldest offensive line in the NFL if you include Geoff Hangartner at RG. Don't let the number scare you though. If Edmund Kugbila (22 yrs old) should win the job at RG the Panther ranking would drop to one of the youngest lines in the NFL, the bottom 10 at least, and that is even if one of the other OGs like Hayworth Hicks or Justin Wells should win the job. They are only slightly older at 24 & 25 respectively. Obviously the elder statesman Jordan Gross is skewing the average at 32.
Yet age doesn't solely determine our rankings so we will look at some other stats and awards. I will look at some key stats like rushing yards, sacks and offensive line DVOA, the complex stat developed by Football Outsiders.
At the top is the Bucs, who boast 2 Pro Bowl guards, a solid center and a solid LT.
#1: Tampa Bay Bucs
#2: New Orleans Saints
Though the Saints lost a Pro Bowl guard before the 2012 season they replaced him with another fine player in Ben Grubbs. Besides they still have two Pro Bowlers left at Center and RG. Their tackles are decent starters as well earning them the #2 ranking.
#3: Carolina Panthers
#4: Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons will line up a cadre of JAGs on the offensive line with Center Konz being the best of them. This is not a bad group but one without a high caliber player. Hence they come in last. Plus given the fact the Panthers defensive line ate these guys last year gives me confidence to place them last.