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Until left tackle J'Marcus Webb plays consistently on the offensive line or is benched, he will continue to make the "5 Players to Watch" list weekly.
Webb was a bit better Sunday against the Rams, but he did struggle at times against Robert Quinn until the offensive coordinator started to give Webb more help with running back Kahlil Bell adding some chip blocks.
Webb may be facing his biggest test of the year, going up against Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware.
Ware has four sacks on the season and is considered by many to be the best blitzing outside linebacker in the NFL. Webb faced a similar test in Week 2 against Clay Matthews, and the Bears should learn from their mistakes.
Expect the Bears on Monday night to support Webb with chipping backs, tight ends and even a pass-eligible tackle (i.e. Chris Williams). Ware will be unrelenting and likely has watched the tape of Matthews against Webb to gain an edge.
Like the weeks before, Webb will have to use his footwork and athleticism to try to force Ware to the outside on pass plays, and the offense may need to rely on short, quick passes in the beginning to set a rhythm.