Which Chicago Bears offensive line combination would you rather see?
The Chicago Bears really shake things up with one of these combinations
What if the Chicago Bears really change things as the team prepares for the New England Patriots on Monday? With Braxton Jones struggling vs the Commanders and showing inconsistencies vs the Vikings, it is possible that the coaches might look to a different option at left tackle. I’m not sure that is the right choice, but if they do, here are three line combinations that could make sense.
Riley Reiff, LT
We have seen Riley Reiff struggle in the preseason, but he is a proven veteran.
Michael Schofield, LG
Another proven veteran who can step in if needed until Cody Whitehair returns from injured reserve.
Lucas Patrick, C
Teven Jenkins, RG
Larry Borom, RT
If this line combination isn’t enough of a change, the team could really get creative by moving Larry Borom from right tackle to left tackle. He has some brief experience there already. This combination could look something like this:
"Larry Borom, LT Michael Schofield, LG Lucas Patrick, C Teven Jenkins, RG Alex Leatherwood, RT"
The last option I could see the Chicago Bears using would be the following:
"Alex Leatherwood, LT Michael Schofield, LG Lucas Patrick, C Teven Jenkins, RG Larry Borom, RT"
Trades Chicago Bears need to make before the deadline
The Chicago Bears should be looking to make one or more of these trades before the 2022 NFL Trade deadline. Ryan Poles should sell and buy.
Out of these possible line combinations, which one would you like to see happen? If there is something you’d prefer to see that wasn’t mentioned, feel free to drop that information in the comments too.