1. The Chicago Bears' receiver depth is still weak
D.J. Moore has been everything that the Chicago Bears wanted and needed. The only thing he has not done that many expected him to do was make the rest of the room better. When you look at the pass catchers this week, you see D.J. Moor leading the way with 11 catches for 114 yards.
Then, it was Cole Kmet, a tight end, followed by Roschon Johnson, a running back. The fourth leading receiver was running back Khalil Herbert. Then, down there with six yards was Darnell Mooney.
Tyler Scott is losing his job to Equanimeous St. Brown. St. Brown just plays because he can block on screen passes. Trent Taylor plays because Velus Jones is not trusted, either. The Bears receivers are not good enough beyond D.J. Moore.
If anything, this is the reason the Bears will keep D.J. Moore. An offensive weapon with the Panthers pick like Marvin Harrison may turn Fields into the weapon we thought he could be. Where they stand right now, they need help.