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Is Brandon Marshall ready for Chicago?
There is no questioning Brandon Marshall's skills or heart. Every time he steps on the field he gives it his all and his production throughout his career has proved that. He comes from two big markets but the spotlight has never been brighter on him than now.
Playing in Chicago offers a different kind of distraction. There's a tremendous amount of pressure playing for a storied franchise that has not won in quite some time and has been dreaming about a receiver of his caliber for years.
Marshall will have to focus week in and week out now more than ever. Jay Cutler and Lovie Smith will be instrumental in making sure he keeps it together mentally during a long season.
Can Devin Hester take pressure off of Brandon Marshall?
The experiment of trying to make Devin Hester a number one receiver is over thankfully. Brandon Marshall will command most of the attention and double teams leaving a lot of one on one coverage for Hester.
There is no questioning Hester's speed but does he have the focus and ability to make big plays to take the pressure off of Marshall? With Johnny Knox out the Bears are going to need Hester to have over 50 receptions this season. Last year he only had 26.
What to expect from Alshon Jeffery this year?
He's big, strong and has the ability to make big plays. People are excited about Alshon Jeffery for good reason, but realistically what can people expect?
There are various thoughts and reasons on why Jeffery slipped to the second round. Erratic quarterback play, attitude issues and poor conditioning are just a few. He was able to get his deal signed and get into camp right away. He is in shape and has not been an issue at all thus far.
It's very tough to put a projection on Jeffery's rookie season. He can come out and big a big time force in the red zone or struggle to pick up the much faster NFL and fall behind in the early going.
Will Earl Bennett continue to be a Jay Cutler guy?
Hopefully Earl Bennett does not get lost in the Cutler/Marshall love fest. The team is still going to need his big catches on third down to succeed. Cutler can not lose sight of his buddy from Vanderbilt.
Is Eric Weems strictly a special teams player?
Eric Weems will make a significant contribution on special teams but does it stop there? Will he be able to get on the field on offense and make some key catches? His play early on in camp suggests he can be a solid wide receiver and not just a special teams guy.
Will we see Johnny Knox this season?
All signs point to no. With the injury Knox had it might be a good idea to let him sit out the season and come back completely healthy next year.