Grading Chicago Bears offensive line at the 2023 bye week

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Grading Chicago Bears center

Lucas Patrick: 666 snaps

Primary matchups: TJ Slaton, Kenny Clark, Greg Gaines, Vita Vea, Derrick Nnadi, DJ Jones, Khyiris Tonga, John Jenkins, Nick Williams, Khalen Saunders, Shy Tuttle, Quinton Bohana, Harrison Phillips 

Chicago Bears fans are just counting down the days until the team moves on from Lucas Patrick. After we reviewed him recently, his worst game yet was against the Saints. He has not gotten better as the season has gone on. In week 10, he did play one of his better games, but the Panthers' defensive line was beaten up and weak. 

In week 11, he left the game early with a back injury, but he came back as the starter in week 12. Still, that game was just as bad as ever. Some of that has to do with the Vikings blitzing so much up the middle, but other factors are Patrick being rusty or sore off of the injury. 

Lucas Patrick Grade: F 

Cody Whitehair: 87 snaps

Primary matchup: John Ridgeway, Khyiris Tonga

We reviewed Cody Whitehair in the week six grades. 

Dan Feeney: 43 snaps

Dan Feeney played 43 snaps against the Lions. While his play had little to nothing to do with it, he was in the game as the offense stalled out and Detroit made their comeback. 

Doug Kramer: 2 snaps

Doug Kramer is no longer on the Chicago Bears.