Josh Sitton, Cody Whitehair, Kyle Long, Eric Kush, Hroniss Grasu, Jordan Morgan
Just like running back, there is no doubt the Bears have the top interior unit. It starts just like it does with the Lions in a guard that was stolen from Green Bay. Sitton was a major upgrade in his first season away from Green Bay, and it looks like the Packers let him go a year or two too early.
Across from him is Kyle Long with All-Pro upside. Long has shifted positions, and injury affected his 2016 season, but on paper, these two are one of the best duos in the NFL. Grasu is a solid center. However, he got hurt last year and lost his job to Cody Whitehair, who may have elite center upside. Kush some snaps when Long went down last season and proved himself and Morgan is a rookie draft pick. Overall with Grasu and Kush, there is a lot of depth. On top of that, they have high-end talent and are the easy decision in this division. The real question is where does this group stand compared to the entire NFL.