Ranking the top 10 offensive position groups

Led by Zack Martin, Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick, the Cowboys' offensive line is the best in the league. AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez

Football is the ultimate team sport; the output of one player is directly impacted by the play of his teammates. Collectively, a dominant position group helps catalyze success all over the field.

Using both past production and future performance as barometers, here is a look at my top 10 offensive position groups in the NFL:

1. Dallas Cowboys offensive line

It's important to note that a critical element to strong offensive line play is cohesion among the five parts. Dallas enters the 2016 season with a left-to-right lineup of Tyron Smith, La'el Collins, Travis Frederick, Zack Martin and Doug Free, the same players who ended last season as starters. Smith, Frederick and Martin are already in the conversation for the best in the NFL at their respective positions, while Collins has limitless athleticism paired with power. Free isn't merely the spare part in this group; he can be a tone-setter, and his toughness can't be overlooked.