Riley Reiff, Mike Remmers, T.J. Clemmings, Jeremiah Sirels
The Vikings pass the Bears essentially on Riley Reiff alone. That is not to say that Reiff is some world beater. However, he is a reliable starter in the NFL, and in most cases can perform in the top twenty starters at left tackle. Reiff played right tackle last season when the Lions drafted Taylor Decker. It was worth a shot but did not pay off and the team moved on. Reiff will get back to his natural position, and likely presents more value than Massie does to Chicago.
Remmers is a low-end starter, but a starter nonetheless. He was on an offensive line that made it to a Super Bowl, even if he was one of the Achilles heels. Remmers, like Reiff, saw circumstances that had him playing left tackle last season and it was not pretty. The hope is that with him back on the right side, that he at least can bring starter caliber play.
Sirels is another player who can potentially bring starter level play. Sirels played 772 snaps, and he performed better than Sowell and Compton did in 711 snaps combined last season. Clemmings is a project and was not expected to see that much time this early. The hope is that will not happen with their three bets ahead of them.