When the Cleveland Browns host the Chicago Bears in week 15 it will be a great chance to Montez Sweat to break out and put up the best performance of his season. That would be quite impressive when you consider Sweat has had such a strong impact since being traded to the Bears. Still, this is easily the best situation that he will face all season.
The Chicago Bears need to see Montez Sweat at his best at the Cleveland Browns
When Sweat was traded, the first game that he played was at New Orleans. That meant an introduction against Ryan Ramcyzk, one of the best right tackles in the NFL. From there, he saw the Carolina Panthers, who do not have a good team but happen to have a solid right tackle in Taylor Moton.
From there, he saw Penei Sewell twice and Brian O’Neill, two of the best right tackles in the NFL. Stop me if you see a trend. He played four of the best tackles out there to start his time in Chicago. The Bears even flipped him to face Taylor Decker more in the second meeting just to get him a better matchup. Even that is a tough draw.
On Sunday, both tackles he faces will be the weakest of his time with the Bears. He will get James Hudson at right tackle. Hudson is the third option for the Browns. He is a former fourth-round pick who has played just over 900 snaps for most of his three NFL seasons. He has 242 snaps at right tackle this season and has allowed 14 pressures.
On the left side is Gareon Christian, who is not much better. The Browns were once known for their offensive line, but injuries ended that. Now, this team presents a strong chance for Montez Sweat to see an easy matchup.