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The Bears have struggled with their receivers for several years now. They have not been able to focus in on one receiver to be "that" guy.
In years past, it has looked like the Bears lacked the talent, but this year, the coaching staff seems to be the problem.
Earl Bennett and Johnny Knox are the Chicago Bears' most talented options at the wide receiver position, yet, neither are starting.
Devin Hester and Roy E. Williams have the starting jobs, and both have looked less than impressive this preseason including Saturday night vs. the Titans.
Williams had just two catches for 33 yards, and Hester also only had two receptions for 31 yards and had several drops.
Bennett on the other hand stole the show. He led the Bears with six catches for 89 yards. Knox only had one reception for 21 yards, but he saw limited action.
The Bears' coaching staff's decisions are mind-boggling.
They have benched their No. 1 receiver from last season, Knox, and put him on kick/punt returns. Then they have taken the most prolific return man in the history of the NFL, Hester, and taken him off returns.
It does not make sense. Hopefully, they will see the error of their ways, and the most talented receivers will play.