With all the talk recently of the Wideouts for a certain team from a certain city know for their Polish Sausage I cant help but procrastinate on my studies but to wonder, whose going to step up this year and be the number one guy? Theres some talent at the position but last year we had contributions from a few different guys. I was also reading this article by Matt Bowen on National Football Post and it got me to thinking
Will it be....
Greg Olsen- Physically gifted as they come at tightend arguably Cutlers favorite target for the last few years he has led the team in touchdown catches. Every year in the league he has raised his catches, yards and touchdowns........still dont know how people consider him a bust
Johnny Knox- Explosive player, dangerous with the ball on special teams or wideout. Has the ability to be a Desean Jackson type player who can get vertical and get behind defense and be a homerun threat.
Earl Bennett- Solid hands, VERY sneaky speed (check out his punt return td vs bmore), goes over the middle and has made some clutch catches in only year of play. Everytime it seems we needed a tough catch or needed to move the ball he is the guy Jay goes to.
**** Bennett is my pick to breakout i pencil him for 83 catches -1100 yrds 6tds
Devin Hester- Made great strides last year, at one point was second in the league in receptions behind some guy named Larry Fitzgerald. Still scares a defense when the ball is in his hands and showed good chemistry with Cutler last year.
Last but not least
Devin Aromashodu- Cutler always said get him on the field, what happened when he got in? 22 catches for about 270 yards and 4 tds. A very productive 4 games many said he should have been on the field more because of his size and speed. He is a big body reciever which we lack because the other wideouts are shorter and quicker recievers. Many think he is the guy.........Is he?
Who do you think fellow Bear fans?
Is it someone else?
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