1. Bobby Massie, RT, 34.0
Just thinking about Bobby Massie’s performance makes me nauseous. First, I’ll compliment Massie and say that he was solid in the running game. He and Kyle Long are going to be a nice duo to run behind this season, especially once Jordan Howard starts getting snaps. That’s a lot of power for a defense to handle on one side of the field.
Then there’s the pass blocking. Oh God, the pass blocking. Massie graded a 28.7 in pass blocking and a 34.0 overall. That’s out of a total of 100. That’s not an F. That’s beyond an F. Massie was constantly torched on passing plays and caused Cutler to get hit on multiple occasions and allowed multiple sacks. If Cutler was less attentive, Massie could have surrendered as many as 5 or 6 sacks alone. Massie has always been known as a poor pass protector and the Bears are going to have to do something to help him out before Cutler gets knocked out for multiple games.