The Chicago Bears interior offensive line was devastated by DeFoest Buckner
It is unfortunate when your worst fears come true. Previewing the Chicago Bears game against the Indianapolis Colts, it was almost impossible to get the image of DeForest Buckner blowing things up out of my head. Grady Jarrett presented the Chicago Bears their first true test of the season and the interior struggled.
It was easily brushed off by the idea that the Chicago Bears came back and won. However, it lingered that a fast, physical, and dominant defensive tackle made life tough for James Daniels and Germain Ifedi.
Jarrett is excellent, and this is no disrespect to him, but Buckner is a different beast. It starts physically, where he has the size of only a player such as Calais Campbell. However, according to PFF, no defensive lineman has been as dominant as Buckner with over 100 snaps played