Bears Offensive Line Review – Part 1

Bears Offensive Line Review – Part 1

Bears Barroom Radio is going position-by-position through the Bears roster from 2015, evaluating every player on the roster with in-depth analysis you won’t find anywhere else. We have already gone through the quarterbacksrunning backs, wide receivers, and tight ends. This episode features part one of our look at the offensive line, beginning with the offensive tackles.

Aldo, Phil, and Lorin are joined by our newest writer, John Vassar to break down the edge protectors up front. They debate whether Kyle Long belongs at left tackle or right tackle, weighing the need at each position in modern NFL offenses.

The panel also discusses the development of Charles Leno Jr., determining whether or not he should be the Bears starting left tackle in 2016. Jermon Bushrod’s future with the team is analyzed, and they even touch on the mystery of rookie Tayo Fabuluje.

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