The Chicago Bears should start Kyle Long and Jordan Mills for their third preseason game on August 23. Their play against the San Diego Chargers more than warrants that thought, and praise from one Jay Cutler should all but guarantee a second start.
If the hot and cold Cutler can feel safe behind any offensive linemen and admit it publicly, then the Bears’ coaching staff has to take notice.
Long and Mills are lined up on the right side of the offensive line at guard and tackle, respectively. Kyle has been slotted at guard since day one and Jordan replaced bumbling Neanderthal J’Marcus Webb. The rookies may be short on experience, but have been able to develop chemistry on and off the gridiron.
The 1st and 5th rounders from the 2013 NFL Entry Draft were roommates at training camp and will continue to do the same during the season. As anyone can say, being around one person for most of your time awake will lead to bonding or getting to know the other person too well. Positive or nega...