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For what appears to be a reoccurring thing on the "Five Bears to Watch" list, J'Marcus Webb will once again be in focus Thursday night against the Packers.
Webb was virtually unnoticeable Sunday against the Colts, which is always a good thing for an offensive lineman. Webb benefited from an injury to Dwight Freeney early in the first quarter and faced lesser talent in backup Jerry Hughes.
The Packers' stellar front seven will likely test Webb most of the game, particularly Clay Matthews. Webb has struggled with Matthews in the past and with Matthews coming off of a 2.5-sack game against the 49ers, Webb could be in for another long day at Lambeau.
Webb again will need to rely on the Bears stacking his side with another tight end or relying on one of the backs to chip-block Matthews. Webb showed improved footwork Sunday and will need to play one of his most technically sound games against Matthews to keep Cutler upright.