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MessaggioInviato: Mer Nov 28, 2018 10:04 am    Oggetto:  Bears in good hands with current group of wide receivers En
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Despite lack of versatility
,the Chicago Bears had a problem at wide receiver. This year, they have more than enough talent to surround Mitchell Trubisky in the passing game. In fact, they may have too much of it.Barring any unforeseen injuries, the trio of Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel and Anthony Miller is firmly cemented into Chicago’s starting lineup. None of the three have played a down of regular season football with the team, but the group is one of the league’s more talented wide receiver trios in the NFL on paper. The wide receivers that sit behind those three on the depth chart are also talented, but some of them come with question marks.The most notable backup wide receiver on the depth chart is Kevin White, who while entering a contract year, still has much to prove in the NFL. Having only played in five regular season games in the first three seasons of his career, the No. 7 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft has been unable to consistently stay healthy. The Bears opted to decline his fifth-year option
, a move which was essentially a no-brainer, given the fact that White would be owed just shy of $14 million in 2019 had they chosen to pick it up.Nonetheless, White has a little bit of untapped potential. Sure, he will more than likely never become the player that the Bears wanted him to be when they scouted him coming out of West Virginia. But there is still time for him to develop into a rotational piece.Among those joining White is rookie Javon Wims, who himself is a big-bodied receiver. The Bears’ seventh-round pick from this year has been a force to be reckoned with in the preseason. As of August 26, he leads the NFL in preseason receiving yards with 227, and is tied for the lead in receptions with 15. Although his having played one more game than most wide receivers does play a big role in his lead in said categories: Wims’ average of 56.8 receiving yards per game ranks sixth in the league.Seen by many as a steal when the Bears selected him with the No. 224 overall pick back in April, Wims has the potential to become a reliable contributor for the team for years to come.Needless to say, the Bears have two talented wide receivers on their bench at the moment, and either one of them, if not both
, could realistically see a considerable amount of snaps on offense this season. Where the problem lies is in their lack of respective versatility.White has not seen a single snap of special teams play in his NFL career, albeit a small sample size. Wims is also very raw from a special teams standpoint, as his experience in the phase - from college and in the preseason - is lacking. For backups at most positions, it is ideal that one carries some degree of special teams value, otherwise the practicality for having said player on the roster diminishes. That said, some teams would be in a position which would see them having to cut ties with one of White or Wims due to their nescience of playing special teams.The Bears can afford to keep both players.Chicago carries most of their key special teams players from the 2017 on their current roster. The likes of Sherrick McManis, Benny Cunningham, Sam Acho, Josh Bellamy, DeAndre Houston-Carson, Roy Robertson-Harris and Deon Bush all saw significant snaps in the third phase last season. All project as safe bets to make the 2018 53-man roster. Joel Iyiegbuniwe is assumed to be a valuable asset on special teams
, while Nick Kwiatkoski was a regular contributor when not starting on defense.Throw in the likes of John Timu, Jonathan Anderson, Daniel Brown and Ben Braunecker - players who are not locks to make the team but have seen previous ample playing time on special teams - and it becomes more apparent that the Bears have a lot of talent on the roster already. In fact, out of the ten players who had the most snaps on special teams last season, only one of them in Christian Jones is not on the roster anymore.With all of this talent in the third phase, the Bears can afford to keep both White and Wims on their final roster. Better yet, they can keep both White and Wims as rotational pieces for their offense, as both cause mismatches with their size and speed. That way, Chicago would get the most out of both receivers and would play to their strengths as well as possible. The ideal situation for any offense.Jacob Infante is a Chicago Bears and NFL Draft writer at SB Nation’s Windy City Gridiron. He also covers the NFL Draft for USA Today SMG’s Draft Wire. He can be reached through Twitter @jacobinfante24 or emailed at
. It has been a weird two week stretch for the Chicago Bears. They went from first to worst and back to first in the NFC North, but from a national perspective, pundits still thought highly of the Bears even after they lost two straight games. I expected them to drop down the Power Rankings after losing to the Dolphins and Patriots
, but that didn’t happen. They beat the Jets in convincing fashion without starting outside linebacker Khalil Mack, and starting wide receiver Allen Robinson II, so I wonder if this victory will catapult them up this week’s rankings.Let’s find out...We’l start with the Mothership, SB Nation, and they moved the Bears up to 8 after being just outside the top 10 a week ago at 11.Here’s how our sister site, Bleeding Green Nation, has the Bears this week.Let’s check in on the always comical Pride Of Detroit. There’s no bias in their writing over there...We’ll check out one more SB Nation team site, so here’s how the Mile High Report has it. Here you guys thought you were checking in on NFL Power Rankings, and a comedy show broke out!ESPN dropped the Bears down a spot. The USA Today has it like this. Here’s how the Washington Post has it.Yahoo Sports has the Bears like this.The Sporting News also moved the Bears up a wee bit.The Bears will head to Buffalo this Sunday to take on a bad Bills team in a game that they should win. If they can end the first half of the season at 5-3, they’ll be in a good position to remain in the playoff hunt.
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