4. Kyle Long, RG, 81.3
It was good to see Kyle Long back at guard for the Bears and he didn’t disappoint. Long, of course, was playing right tackle for the Bears last season and struggled at times and was clearly uncomfortable.
Long is an All-Pro guard and the Bears decided that keeping him at his most comfortable position was more important for the team moving forward. Long graded as one of the top guards in the league and was strong in the run game and great in pass protection.
Long proved that the combination of him and Josh Sitton at guard is going to be formidable this season and that the interior of the Bears line will not be an issue, the problem could be at the tackles and something the Bears will have to proceed with caution entering game two against the Philadelphia Eagles.