Grading Chicago Bears offensive line through five weeks

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Chicago Bears v Kansas City Chiefs, Darnell Wright
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Chicago Bears right tackle

Darnell Wright: 313 snaps

Primary matchups: Lukas Van Ness, Kinglsey Enagbare, Rashan Gary, Shaq Barrett, Yaya Diaby, George Karlaftis, Nik Bonitto, Jonathan Cooper, Montez Sweat

Darnell Wright is the only player on the line who has played every snap without an injury or shuffling. He has done what a top pick is expected do. Still, he is doing what a rookie is expected to do. He has given up a couple of sacks, but his worse losses are against Rashan Gary, Montez Sweat, and Chris Jones. Nik Bonitto beat him with an inside move, and there are moments when his feet look too slow against speed in pass protection.

However, his feet look excellent as a run blocker, and he is used in countless ways to improve this area. He has pulled, performed down blocks, and he gets to the second-level with ease.

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Wright has had a few penalties, he can lunge in run support, and he has issues with speed. Still, he has feet that show improvement, he has great size to anchor, and power has never been an issue, and he is reliable. This is what the Bears need.

Darnell Wright grade: B+