Ranks us at #2. Obviously we don't know... we're not even sure who the QB will be throwing to them. But it's something fun to kick around :-)
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LINK Do the Chicago Bears have the best receiving core in the NFC North? We discuss one of the hotter topics on social media lately. This offseason has seen plenty of action throughout the NFC North. Coming off a disappointing season in which they went 8-8, the Chicago Bears had a few holes to fill throughout free agency and the draft.
One of those needs was at the receiver position, but specifically, it was that they needed to add some speed. Following the departure of Taylor Gabriel, whom the Bears chose to cut ties with, they lacked any true straight-line speed on offense.
General manager Ryan Pace drafted Darnell Mooney out of Tulane back in April, adding just that type of speed the team was looking for. Following the draft, Pace wasn’t done. He also inked former New Orleans Saints speedster Ted Ginn Jr., who continues to be one of the fastest players in football. Robinson runs some of the best routes in the conference, combined with being a highly underrated jump-ball candidate, and should be looked at as a top-12 receiver in this league — period.
Beyond Robinson, the Bears have an up-and-comer in Anthony Miller who is entering that infamous third season — the season of the breakout for most receivers. Towards the end of last year, Miller really came into his own and proved he was an animal after the catch.
The Bears also added tons of speed in Ted Ginn Jr. and rookie Darnell Mooney — an area they were lacking before those additions. With youngsters Riley Ridley and Javon Wims still waiting for their shot as potentially the fifth and sixth guys off the depth chart, too, that’s a very deep core.
Let’s also not forget about return specialist and semi-used receiver, Cordarrelle Patterson.