I've said it once and I'll say it again; Devin Hester is not a primary receiver.
I know the Bears expect Hester to be a No. 2 receiver, but it just isn't going to happen. Yes he will produce and score some touchdowns, but things in Chicago apparently don't follow logic.
Chicago has Johnny Knox behind Roy Williams, despite having a great preseason, and leading the team's group last year with 960 yards and five scores.
His fellow victim, Earl Bennett, is listed behind Hester despite outplaying him.
Earl Bennett should be considered the No. 2 receiver alongside Knox, but this is Chicago.
Although his chances will be decreased, Bennett will still produce some points, and is one of those players you can pick up from the waivers in your league and bury him in your depth chart when you need to fill a spot.
Bennett should have around 35 yards this game against Atlanta, and always has the possibility of scoring as he is a good third down and red-zone target for Jay Cutler.
Risk sometimes equals reward.