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J'Marcus Webb Poised To Retain LT Job Amid Chicago Bears Line Changes

Amid changes to the Chicago Bears offensive line, J'Marcus Webb will stay put at left tackle this weekend against the Rams.

Quarterback Jay Cutler was visibly angry after being sacked seven times against the Packers on Thursday. Webb had a tough game, as he and guard Chris Spencer were tasked with shutting down Clay Matthews, who had 3.5 sacks.

On the sideline, Cutler took out his frustrations by shouting at and bumping into Webb.

But it is Spencer, not Webb, who has been replaced, according to the Chicago Tribune. Chilo Rachal will start instead of Spencer at left guard against the Rams.

Webb will look to rebound from a bad game, while his teammates have tried to diffuse blame for Chicago's poor performance. This weekend could be a bit easier for Webb and the rest of the line, as the Rams have only managed two sacks this season.

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