Originally posted on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 2/14/12
The Chicago Bears need wide receivers.  Randy Moss and Terrell Owens are future Hall of Fame receivers who still have game in them and are seeking employment.  The Bears need Moss and Owens.  Sound rational?  Sure.  Is it true?  You better believe it.  The Chicago Bears should make a bold move and bring in Moss and Owens for the 2012 NFL season. If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a thousand times.  When the Bears committed to quarterback Jay Cutler it was a commitment to the passing game.  Cutler has a rocket of an arm and last season he proved just how effective he can be with second-rate receivers when the pass protection holds up.  So far in his tenure with the Bears Cutler has had receivers named the likes of Johnny Knox, Earl Bennett, Devin Hester, Roy Williams, Sam Hurd, and Dane Sanzenbacher.  Taking nothing away from what Hester has contributed in the return game or to the bond that Bennett and Cutler have formed on the field, but giving Jay those receivers is like putting water in the gas tank of a Mercedes.  You can fill it all day long but it just ain’t going anywhere. Recently the news [...]
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