Which Chicago Bears offensive line combination would you rather see?

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The Chicago Bears keep the offensive line as it was in Week 6

What if the Chicago Bears decide not to make any changes to the offensive line during the long week heading into Week 7? This would mean that the Chicago Bears starting offensive line would consist of the following:

Braxton Jones, LT

Braxton Jones is coming off his worst performance of the year. That said, he has shown some real promise as a fifth-round rookie who has had to hold down the blindside. Many believe he should now be benched, but we have seen this coaching staff show a willingness to deal with a rookie’s struggles.

Lucas Patrick, LG

When Lucas Patrick was signed, it was assumed he’d be the starting center. After a thumb injury, that plan was derailed. It appears that the coaches aren’t ready to just put him back in that spot as he holds down the fort for Cody Whitehair at left guard.

Sam Mustipher, C

I don’t know very many Chicago Bears fans who want Sam Mustipher to remain in this position. I think most want to see him benched. Maybe everyone but the Mustipher family and Olin Kreutz that is.

Teven Jenkins, RG

Here is a player who should have been starting all season, but instead has split time with Lucas Patrick. That is until Whitehair was injured and the Bears had to adjust. Jenkins had a few poor plays vs the Commanders but still has looked like the best of the lot.

Larry Borom, RT

Outside of Teven Jenkins, Larry Borom has been the best lineman in this group. That said, he too has been inconsistent. Comparing him to the others and calling him one of the best doesn’t mean he has been anything more than an average, young tackle. He has promise though and I can understand why he’d still be holding down the right side.