Earlier in December, the Chicago Bears had a decision to make on how to put together their offensive line. Rookie Teven Jenkins was making his way back into the lineup after being sidelined because of a back injury. But rather than throw him some reps along the line, the team limited him to a grand total of two special teams snaps.
Head Coach Matt Nagy’s explanation why this was simple, but discouraging. Nagy told reporters the team wasn’t thinking in terms of a youth movement in the lineup because it wasn’t mathematically eliminated from postseason contention. Eighteen days later, the Bears are ineligible for postseaso…….