What the Bears didn’t show in preseason looms potentially as large or larger in their outlook than what they did display, which wasn’t much.
The Buffalo Bills thought enough of Sammy Watkins to trade up from ninth to No. 4 to draft the Clemson wide receiver.
Wide receiver Marquess Wilson caught just two passes last season but along the way started putting in the foundation of a relationship with quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Bears invested two draft choices in defensive backs and added two more in free agency, both of whom have been on course to start.
Santonio Holmes, Josh Morgan and Michael Spurlock have presented the Bears with a problem. But it is a good problem to have. A potentially very good problem.