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OK, put down the flamethrowers. Devin Hester wasn't a clear 'loser' in this game, but he finished with just two receptions for 22 yards.
The key thing to take away from this game though is that Hester's role with the Bears may be shrinking. Marshall and Jeffery are clearly solid receivers, and Earl Bennett also played very well. Hester didn't have a bad game as a wide receiver, but he could very easily start the season as the team's No. 3 receiver.
On special teams, Eric Weems and Lorenzo Booker returned the punts and kicks. Weems had a nice punt return in the second quarter and contributed on offense with two receptions for 38 yards.
Lorenzo Booker opened the second half with a 105-yard kick return, putting the Bears up 27-10.
Hester is not in danger of losing his job. However, the Bears clearly have several options for the return game, and there's a good chance Hester will not be a starting wide receiver this season either.