Where does the Chicago Bears WR room rank after adding D.J. Moore?

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These 10 teams have a worse WR group than the Chicago Bears

Even if D.J. Moore wasn’t enough to catapult the Bears' wide receiver room into the elite tier, it does get them out of the basement. There is a handful of teams that grade out much worse than Chicago at wideout. 

Green Bay Packers

The Packers are unlikely to bring back Allen Lazard, but even if they did, it wouldn’t be enough to prevent Green Bay from having one of the least talented receiver groups in football.

New York Giants

While getting out of Kenny Golladay’s contract is huge, that alone won’t fix New York’s receiver problem. 

New England Patriots 

Mac Jones was underwhelming in 2022, but if you look at who he was throwing to, it’s easy to see why, and with Jakobi Meyers hitting free agency, things may get even worse in 2023.

Houston Texans 

Brandin Cooks can only do so much. Their best hope is John Metchie looks like the guy he was at Alabama in his first season playing pro football.

Indianapolis Colts

It’s easy to blame the Colts’ quarterback play for their limited passing game, but Michael Pittman Jr. is far from an optimal “X.”

Kansas City Chiefs 

If tight ends were included, Travis Kelce would move the Chiefs ahead of the Bears. However, the wide receiver position itself is nothing special. 

Baltimore Ravens

Another team that would greatly benefit from the inclusion of tight ends. Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay don’t do enough to elevate the position past the lower tiers.

Atlanta Falcons

Drake London should be a very good pro, but unless you count Cordarelle Patterson, there isn’t much else at the position.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans put all their eggs in one basket when they traded away A.J. Brown for the rights to draft Treylon Burks. One year later, it looks like Tennessee made a mistake. 

Carolina Panthers 

Losing D.J. Moore takes away the only bonafide weapon the Panthers had in the first place.