Much has been written about the new passing offense that the Chicago Bears will use this season. It's no secret that when the top five teams in the league pass for more than 4,700 yards and all five of those teams make the playoffs, you need to be a passing team.
Last season the Chicago Bears ranked 26th in the league with 3,011 yards passing for the season. The top two wide receivers had just 37 receptions each, and neither will be back with the team when the season begins.
For 2012, the Chicago Bear receiving corps will look very different than it did last season. This article will give a short break-down of each of them, and we'll talk about their chances of making the team at this point.