10 biggest questions emerging from Chicago Bears loss to Detroit Lions

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Can the Chicago Bears trust any wide receiver but DJ Moore? 

One of the big issues right now is that DJ Moore is the only wide receiver who can consistently move the chains. Darnell Mooney had a stretch from weeks six through nine of averaging 51 yards per game, but in weeks ten and 11, he averaged just 19 yards per game.

He had just one catch for 24 yards, and most of his games just come down to whether he catches a 20-yard pass or not. Tyler Scott had a catch but fumbled it. It was back breaker because it was right off of a Lions turnover, and then it led to Lions points. Detroit scored off of turnover and the Bears did not all in one instance. 

We know who Equanimeous St. Brown is, and he only plays to help in the rushing game. The Bears thought that Moore would make guys like Scott and Mooney better. They are seeing softer coverage and not taking advantage. When you add in that Chase Claypool is a complete dud, the Bears wide receiver corps did not shape out on paper. 

The only thing DJ Moore has not done in which he was expected to do, is make the entire group better.