5 Chicago Bears who got snubbed by the All-Pro committee

While a common theme for Chicago Bears players, the All-Pro committee snubbed some deserving Bears players. Which Chicago Bears were snubbed this time?

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Chicago Bears All-Pro snub No. 4: D.J. Moore

Similarly to Jenkins, D.J. Moore not being an All-Pro in his first season with the Chicago Bears is more arguable of a snubbing than Jaylon Johnson or T.J. Edwards.

But, of the voted-in All-Pro receivers, D.J. Moore had:

Chicago Bears, D.J. Moore
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  • More catches and yards than Mike Evans
  • more catches, yards, and touchdowns than Brandon Aiyuk
  • more touchdowns than Puka Nacua
  • more touchdowns than A.J. Brown.

There isn't really much argument to say D.J. Moore deserved First-Team All-Pro because CeeDee Lamb and Tyreek Hill had that on lock. Amon-Ra St. Brown continued showing he's an incredible receiver this year, which got him that third First-Team spot. First-team All-Pro receivers, the voters got right.

As for the second-team All-Pro receivers, it's missing a Denniston Moore Jr.

If there were one receiver who D.J. Moore should be in over, it's Brandon Aiyuk. Of the second-team receivers, Brandon Aiyuk has the weakest resume compared to D.J. Moore.

But, as it goes, the Bears Tax didn't miss out on D.J. Moore. Who knows when that tax will end— if ever.