10 biggest questions emerging from Chicago Bears win over Minnesota Vikings

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5. Can anyone but DJ Moore step up from the Chicago Bears WR room?

Monday was another night where D.J. Moore carried the wide receiver room. Cole Kmet, Khalil Herbert, and Roschon Johnson all had more receiving yards than the next-highest wide receiver. This has become a problem this year. Moore has 65% of the receiving yards, 60.3% of the catches, and 75% of the touchdowns that this receiving corps has. 

The rest of the room has 46 catches for 536 yards and two touchdowns combined while Moore has 70 catches for 1,003 yards and six touchdowns. When the quarterback targets Moore they average 10 yards. When the quarterback targets all of the other wide receivers, it is just 6.1 yards. 

The Bears need any of these wide receivers to step up down the stretch. The Bears played Equanimeous St. Brown a lot more than Tyler Scott, but that may be because of the intense nature of screen passes. Darnell Mooney was coming along a few weeks ago but has not reconnected with Justin Fields. Can any of these players step up?