The Chicago Bears gave up a lot to pry Jay Cutler out of Mile High, but did they surrender too much?…
Can Cutler Get More from the WRs?
Devin Hester The Pros: One of the more gifted open-field runners the game has ever seen based on what he's done as a return specialist already, Hester started to figure it out on the offensive side of the ball with 25 catches in his last six games this past season. The remarkable thing is that he hasn't been especially effective on fly patterns and quick screens, where his speed and elusiveness can be put on display, but he's done well working both the sidelines and the middle of the field. WR Devin HesterWarren Wimmer Photography The Cons: Hester still has a long way to go in terms of running his routes, and the tremendous catches he seems to make day-in and day-out on the practice field have not showed up on game day as of yet. He'll most likely never develop into a steady primary target because of his average size and lack of polish, and he's yet to prove he can be a reliable deep threat despite all that speed. Best Case: While Kyle Orton sure looked Hester's way more and more...
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