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J'Marcus Webb, LT: D-
It seems like a lifetime ago that Jay Cutler was cursing and pushing Webb during Week 2 in Green Bay. It was surprising Webb didn't fall over when Cutler gave him that minor shove.
Webb was bad in every way. A speed rusher was able to go around him with no problem because he can't move his feet, while a power rusher can just go right through him because he lacks the strength and arm technique.
When it came to the running and screen game, Webb gave the Bears nothing either. The only time Webb had success is when the pocket was rolled away from him or when he was given ample help from a tight end or back.
James Brown, LG: C-
Brown is not a guard. He is a backup tackle who was thrust into the role after Chilo Rachel quit on the team. Therefore, Brown did the best he could given his lack of talent and knowledge of the position. It wasn't good, but it certainly wasn't the worst effort on that line this season.
Roberto Garza, C: D
Your center is supposed to be a leader, and a guy who rallies the troops and gets the rest of the line in order. He should be one of the toughest guys on the team as well as one of the smartest. Garza didn't have any of these attributes.
In addition, he was not good when it came to recognizing blitzes, opening holes in the running game and providing support to the guards next to him.
Gabe Carimi, RG: F
This is a rare feat. Carimi was bad at two positions this year. He started the season as the right tackle and was benched only to be brought back as a guard when Lance Louis went down with an injury.
The game he had against the 49ers should be shown to young offensive lineman everywhere on what not to do.
Carimi had some of the worst technique you could find in the league all season. He was not able to move his feat and constantly got pushed to the side. He also had terrible mental lapses all season, committing penalties in bad spots.
John Scott, RT: C
The veteran Scott did an admirable job filling in when he took over for Carimi after the game against San Francisco, but he provided a sense of stability on the right side once he took over.