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Right now, Webb Nation seems to be in turmoil. J"Marcus Webb started camp getting the majority of the snaps with the first team at left tackle. At this point, he seems to be losing his job to the inconsistent Chris Williams.
The spotlight in firmly on Webb right now. If the Bears have any chance to compete in the NFC North, they are going to need their offense firing on all cylinders, and that starts with protecting Jay Cutler. Is he arrogant, unmotivated or just not good? Right now, it seems to be all three.
The first preseason game against the Denver Broncos was an epic disaster for Webb. He played well into the fourth quarter when the other starters were out for quit some time. Whether offensive coordinator Mike Tice was looking to send a message remains unknown, but we do know he wasn't happy with Webb's play.
Tice told reporters recently what he thought about Webb's play from the first game.
"Chris [Williams] is over there on the left side," Tice said. "I felt Chris had a solid game. I didn't feel like the other player was up to par, as far as the standards we're trying to set to protect our quarterbacks."
It is never good when your coach refers to you as "the other player."