Top 30 players in New Orleans Saints’ history
Stan Brock joins the likes of Jim Dombrowski and Zach Strief to make the top 30 as offensive linemen. Brock was drafted in 1980 to the New Orleans Saints where he would go to play till 1992. He left in 1993 to go play for San Diego till he retired in 1995.
Throughout his time in New Orleans, Brock was one of the most durable players or offensive linemen that the entire NFL has ever seen. Not many linemen can say they played the position for 15 years, much less starting all of those years.
He played 12 of his 15 with the New Orleans Saints and racked up 182 starts in 186 appearances. The four appearances he didn’t start were all in his rookie season of 1980 too. Brock was overall just a brick wall for the Saints line.
He also boasts seven fumble recoveries in those years. While Brock was never voted to a Pro-Bowl or All-Pro, he definitely deserves the recognition he is getting by ranking No. 11. In terms of Pro Football Reference, Brock ranks No. 4 in their approximate value stat in Saints’ history.