So much has been made of the Bears’ issues at quarterback and tight end in recent years that at times the wide receiver group has felt like an afterthought.
In 2020, more time was devoted to discussing Allen Robinson’s contract than his performance. We’ve invested more conversation in Anthony Miller’s maturity, or lack thereof, than his ability. Ted Ginn was a lottery ticket that came up empty. We continued to puzzle over who Riley Ridley ticked off badly enough to keep him from dressing most Sundays and whether Javon Wims has more lives than a cat, and we remain somewhat amazed that Darnell Mooney was available when the Bears picked in the fifth round of the 2020 draft.