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One thing not talked about enough is how big the Bears are as a football team. There is a good amount of size now on this football team at each position.
Last year, Roy Williams was the only receiver over six feet on the team. Now the Bears have a 6'4'' Brandon Marshall and 6'3'' Alshon Jeffery, both big, wide targets for Jay Cutler to target down the middle or in the red zone.
Brandon Hardin's versatility has already been discussed, but did you realize he is 6'3'', 217 lbs? That is a very big and physical safety. Shea McClellin is a legit 6'3'', 255 lbs coming after the quarterback, and good luck trying to bring down 245 lbs of Michael Bush when he gets a full head of steam.
Every corner the Bears either drafted or signed is not under 5'10''. The team has brought in 14 undrafted free agents over six feet tall, including two kickers! All jokes aside, the team has made a conscious effort to get bigger on both sides of the football without sacrificing speed. The new look will help tremendously, as teams will struggle to deal with the Bears' size.