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6 Receptions, 88 Yards
2012 was a record breaking year for Brandon Marshall as he set career highs in catches (118), yards (1,508) and touchdowns (11) and he will look to get back on that pace on Sunday afternoon.
Marshall returned to practice Monday according to ESPN Chicago following a four day excused absence but is expected to make an impact Sunday afternoon.
He was able to impose his will at times last season, but will matchup against two solid cornerbacks in Leon Hall and Terrence Newman. He should benefit from the added weapons on offense and Trestman's new offensive philosophies.
5 Receptions, 77 Yards, 1 Touchdown
Jeffery was expected to have a bigger impact on the Bears offense last season but injuries slowed down his rookie campaign.
He was impressive in the team's third preseason game against the Raiders, where he hauled in seven catches for 77 yards, including a long of 22 yards.
He has shown the ability to run after the catch and could be an effective weapon in the slot against a smaller Leon Hall or Adam Jones, depending on which defensive back they play in the slot.
2 Receptions, 30 Yards
Wilson may of been considered a long shot to make the roster after being a seventh round pick, but he was able to prove his worth and lock in a spot on the 53-man roster.
If Earl Bennett is not able to return from a concussion for Sunday's game, Wilson could get some work in the slot, but also has the ability to stretch the field.
Look for the Bears to utilize his size and speed and to slowly work him into the wide receiver rotation.
1 Reception, 13 Yards
After a strong showing in the final few games of the 2012 season, Anderson came into camp with some buzz.
While his play trailed off a bit towards the end of training camp and the preseason, he should still find himself getting a lot of playing time on Sunday afternoon.