Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Spor
95 catches, 1,255 yards, 9 touchdowns
2012 was a record breaking year for Brandon Marshall as he set career highs in catches (118), yards (1,508) and touchdowns (11). He clearly has the best rapport with Jay Cutler and will likely get the highest percent of targets in the passing game.
An improved offensive line, the addition of a pass-catching tight end in Martellus Bennett and the desire to utilize Matt Forte more in the passing game will likely drop Marshall's numbers but he will continue to be one of the team's most explosive weapons.
45 catches, 575 yards, 6 touchdowns
Due to injuries during his rookie season, Jeffery was never truly able to get into a rhythm within the offense last season. When active, he caught 24 balls for 367 yards and three touchdowns. He has shown an ability to catch the deep ball and averaged over 15 yards per reception last season. As long as Cutler can spread the ball around the field, Jeffery should be due to have a solid sophomore campaign.
21 catches, 218 yards, 1 touchdown
Prior to Brandon Marshall's arrival last season, Bennett was viewed as Cutler's most reliable passing target. Year after year his numbers have decreased and there is no indication that 2013 will be much different.
25 catches, 324 yards, 2 touchdowns
Similar to Bennett in size and style, Anderson could find himself platooning the slot receiver position in 2013. He showed the ability in college to play the slot and to fight for extra yards after the catch.
12 catches, 216 yards, 1 touchdown
During his tenure at Washington State, Wilson proved his ability to make the big yardage plays, averaging 17 yards per catch in three seasons. Getting some time on the field may be difficult for him this season but they could use him as a situational burner.