5 positions of need for Chicago Bears offseason

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3. Wide Receiver

Now we get to the meat of the problems. Ryan Pace is back and we can be optimistic all that we want with Allen Robinson, but moving forward, this account is going to assume he plays his football elsewhere.

Anthony Miller was phased out of the offense at times before getting ejected from the playoffs for punching CJ Gardner-Johnson. George McCaskey said that the Miller ejection was worse than Javon Wims because he had been warned before. Miller and Chicago just are not working out.

Wims still got ejected from that game earlier, had a huge drop, and his best trait has been his blocking. The blocking is legitimate, but that is a strong quality of a number four.

Riley Ridley is not an NFL caliber player, and there is little depth behind him.

That leaves the Chicago Bears with Darnell Mooney their star wide receiver heading into 2021. What a jump. Mooney is good, but when you lose Miller and Robinson things will change quick.

All of a sudden this time has a serious issue at wide receiver.