Can Marquess Wilson Make Chicago Bears’ Offense Better in 2014?

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  1. Seqq34

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    yep insane...some of you really take things to heart don't ya lol

    I'm not discrediting BM and what he means to the team but the improvement comes from working together like JABF mentioned. So the improvement has nothing to do with BM directly. But apparently i'm pissing in everyone cheerios lately so i'm done.

    Have fun and BEAR DOWN!!!
     
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    Working w/BM is infinitely better than working with Drake which would have been insane.
     
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    Being a great WR requires not only talent, but a huge number of techniques in order to be most effective. Do you remember the GB game last year when AJ was called for three offensive PI calls? When was the last time you saw BM called for one? Do you watch him play carefully? He pushes off on nearly every route, but he does it subtly. Do you think that BM is the receiver that he is simply on talent alone? No, he has refined his craft through the years, and that is what makes him one of the best in the league. It was patently obvious watching AJ this year that BM has taught him well, and I'm sure he will continue to refine those skills and become a consistently dominant WR. I hope that the other youngsters on the roster recognize the opportunity that they have, and take advantage of what BM is offering them.
     
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    yeah, no, maybe, i don't know.
     
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    Patterning one's game around a pro and apprenticeships aside, how many athletes go to camps that are riddled with seasoned pros with some great stuff to show? Individual sports for example give intensive one-on-ones in hopes of gaining just a small edge. Which in a setting like the Olympics is the difference in medal color. Comparatively pros do seek other pros like a Kobe seeking out an Olajuwon to work with to reap large dividends.

    In the grand scheme of things it does matter. How indelible would probably depend on the person and the circumstance. Working out with a seasoned pro for a month or so straight would reap big dividends for an unseasoned pro.
     
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    Seems like picks that are in the 7th round and 6th round do better as 1st rounders usually go bust. Tom Brady and Joe Montana are the perfect example of six round picks. One is in the HOF and another will be there!
     
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    Hmmm ... in order to get Wilson involved we'll have to move Alshon or Marshall from split end and flanker to ... Slot ?

    What if Wilson plays slot ... can he play slot ? Ok thats some deep shit right there ...

    Jeffry and Marshall at outside ... Wilson under the middle ... if Wilson is as advetised ...

    does that preclude the need for a pass catching T.E. ?

    In other words you have the basic best 3 man combo at WR THE CHICAGO BEARS have seen since ...

    well ... your grandfathers have never seen it.


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    But then again thats all speculation.
     
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    JJ, no BM/AJ will stay where they are. MW will be in the slot most times, and if he's as advertised has yet to be seen.
    No it doesn't preclude a pass catching TE, it precludes a 2nd blocking TE though, which means that 2 things have to happen:
    1) the OL has to be better at blocking on it's own
    2) Cutler has to be better at getting the ball out quicker
     
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    The Bears are evolving into a team with a nice variety of weapons. It's an array of effective and talented weapons that can make big plays. Once Trestman fully develops this offense (we're just seeing the first iteration of it now), it will be an offense that will be difficult to stop. Any decent defense can shut down a one-dimensional offense. But the Bears are building such a diverse offense that opposing defenses won't be able to beat us by simply shutting down Brandon Marshall, or even our top 2 WR's. Beginning next season, we should have every single skill-player on offense, a person who can make big plays - this included RB's, all of the WR's & our receiving TE. All Cutler has to do is learn to spread the ball around to keep the defenses off-balance. The key here is for the offensive line to continue to improve as Ric noted. The OL is better, but it's not where it ultimately needs to be.
     
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    From what I saw this kid is quick... like really quick in and out of routes. The question is if he can add bulk and maintain that speed to survive life in the NFL. He shows good hands, great quickness and ball awareness.
     
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