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Cutler has had to deal with an extremely average group of receivers throughout his first two seasons with the Bears.
Johnny Knox is still developing, but he has dropped several open looks and gives up the inside frequently.
Devin Hester will never be the No. 1 receiver Chicago hoped he would be, and frankly should not be a starter.
Former Bears Devin Aromashodu and Rashied Davis were nothing to sneeze at.
Williams improved the core by miles and adding Houshmandzadeh will continue that progression.
Williams and Houshmandzadeh could be the starting flank receivers to create a vertical threat, coupled with a possession receiver. However, if the Bears are still set on Hester as a starter, T.J. would fit nicely in the slot position by making mismatches with linebackers and safeties.
A four-receiver set of Williams, Houshmandzadeh, Hester and Knox would be intimidating, too.