Found October 25, 2011 on NBC Chicago:
Heading into the season, one of the biggest questions facing the Bears was just who is the No. 1 receiver? Johnny Knox led the team in yardage last season. Devin Hester worked best when he had a balance of receiving and returning kicks. The Bears signed Roy Williams and Dane Sanzenbacher. Could either of them step up and become the top dog? Seven games into the season, there still is no clear-cut top receiver. Between the injury of Earl Bennett, the emergence of Sanzenbacher and Matt Forte's incredibly productive season, Jay Cutler still has no consistent target. No player has been the Bears' top receiver for more than two games. Game 1, win over Atlanta: Matt Forte, 5 catches for 90 yards Game 2, loss to New Orleans: Matt Forte, 10 catches for 117 yards Game 3, loss to Green Bay: Johnny Knox, 4 catches for 84 yards Game 4, win over Carolina: Johnny Knox, 3 catches for 48 yards Game 5, loss to Detroit: Dane Sanzenbacher, 6 catches for 64 yards Game 6, win over Min...

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