6 Ryan Pace draft picks in make or break season with Chicago Bears

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Chicago Bears, Teven Jenkins
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2. Teven Jenkins

The Chicago Bears wanted to revamp their offensive line, but their biggest issue in doing that is that they had limited resources. Still, the Bears moved back multiple times in day three and found a way to draft four linemen, and add a UDFA that gives them a starting five.

Of the five linemen that Poles added, Jean Delance is the lowest selected and he will be the one taking shots at Teven Jenkins to start. This is because of the lineman returning, the team trusts in Teven Jenkins for the long term at right tackle.

Still, there are a lot of questions here. The issues with Jenkins are more about his injury status than anything on the field but at the same time, Jenkins has not been able to prove enough on the field for the Bears to just lean on him moving forward.

If Teven Jenkins struggles or deals with injuries, the team will have money and draft picks and will be hell-bent on upgrading the line.