[tps_header]6. Chicago Bears wide receivers[/tps_header]
Brandon Marshall had posted five consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons before the Bears drafted Alshon Jeffery, and the duo took off in 2013, combining for 2,716 yards in 2013, which was just Jeffery’s second season. Both were selected to the Pro Bowl for their efforts, and have proved to be one of, if not the NFL’s best 1-2 punch in the passing game.
Jeffery was named the PFWA Most Improved Player in 2013, and the duo could be even better this year. Second-year Washington State product Marquess Wilson has also shown some promise, but he’ll need to get on the field before we can truly evaluate how he fits in at the NFL level. There isn’t a whole lot of depth behind Marshall and Jeffrey, but the two still make the Bears’ receiving corps the best in the NFC. Before Falcons fans flood us with comments, remember that Atlanta’s dynamic receivers have had massive injury problems.