Originally posted on Sports Mockery  |  Last updated 4/1/14
Chicago Bears Football-  Now that Marquess Wilson is training with Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery in South Florida what does that mean for the future of the Chicago Bears’ wide receiving corps? Before the 2013 season started, Alshon Jeffery went to train with Marshall and ended up having the best season almost any Bears receiver has ever had. If Jeffery and Marshall excelled so much last season, what is the future of Marquess Wilson? Chicago Bears’ No. 3 Receiver   Wilson is expected to be the number three receiver for the explosive Chicago offense. However, the question does arise: Who will be a more productive receiver? With Alshon and Brandon having epic seasons, what will it take Wilson to keep up? Brandon Marshall The number 1 wide-out for Chicago is very clearly Brandon Marshall. He has helped to bring what was once a mediocre offense to become one of the best in the NFL. In his 2013 season he had 100 receptions. His 12 touchdowns were the most in his career. On top of that he had 1,295 receiving yards; his 7th consecutive season with 1,000+ receiving yards. No matter how the competition looks Brandon Marshall is will always be contending for the number one spot.  That is not to mention his leadership role in Chicago. He has taken the 2nd year receiver Alshon Jeffery under his wing and made him into a monster. If someone is going to take the number 1 spot from Marshall they will have to fight pretty hard. Brandon Marshall Shows Off-Field Growth as Bear   Alshon Jeffery Jeffery was one of the most impressive players on any offense during the 2013 season. He redefined the “circus catch” with his athletic and seemingly impossible grabs. In 2013 he had 1,421 receiving yards, which blew by Brandon Marshall. However, that was with only 89 receptions and 7 touchdowns. With those number aside, Jeffery did set a Chicago Bears franchise record with 249 yards in one game. There is most definitely competition for the  No.1 spot between Jeffery and Marshall, both of whom went to the Pro Bowl last season. Marquess Wilson Unfortunately for Marquess Wilson the 2013 season was his first. When his competition was comprised of Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery he never really had a chance to break out. He did have 2 receptions though. Those two receptions amounted to 13 yards. That may not sound like much. So let’s be fair. At Washington State he had over 3,000 yards receiving and 23 touchdowns. He set a Pac-12 record with those yards. Both head coach Marc Trestman and GM Phil Emery have expressed their confidence in the young player and believe he is prepared to make an impact on the field this season. Who do you think will make the biggest impact in the wide receiver role Chicago Bears fans? __________ Photo(s): Black Sports Online; Chicago Tribune Author informationBobby RiahiFeatured Chicago Bear's Columnist at Sports Mockery"Long time writer, Dedicated Bears Fan, Amateur cool kid"TwitterFacebookGoogle+The post Chicago Bears: Who Will be the Best Wide Receiver? appeared first on Sports Mockery.
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