Devin Hester has always been known as a big-play threat for Chicago. However, the new offense could take advantage of his speed and explosiveness to make him a legitimate red-zone threat as well.
The Green Bay Packers have turned passing in the red zone into an art form. One of their most effective techniques is to line up two receivers to one side of the field, and then motion one of them to the other side. By isolating guys like Jermichael Finley and Greg Jennings in the flat, they can use their size and ball-handling skills to become red-zone threats.
Hester may not be a guy who can overpower or out jump a defender, but it doesn't mean he can't be effective working one-on-one in the red zone. Hester can explode off of the line, creating space between the defender for the second it would take for Jay Cutler to get him the ball.
By running quick slants or sideline routes, Hester can have the first step on his defender with the ball in the air before the defense even knows that the ball was snapped. Timing is everything in these type of situations, but if Cutler and Hester can get the flow down properly, Devin will become a great red-zone threat for the Bears.