Scot, seriously, how is it possibly logical to bench Cam because of being forced to run an offense that doesn't work, when he did perfectly fine in a pro-style offense last year? Take your frustrations out on the staff, Cam will be fine once they're gone. He's been in five different offenses in five years, he can adapt.
Because benching him means he doesn't have to trot out on the field behind a horrible line in a bad scheme. Things that are 1) helping to reinforce bad habits 2) beating the living daylights out of him and 3) exposing him to the risk of injury in a now pretty much meaningless season.
There is no benefit I see in the next six games that is worth the risk of ruining him for future seasons.
Will say again what I've repeatedly said already. Sitting him now would be a favor to him, not a punishment.
But it's not going to happen.