Virtually every starting position on offense is set for 2014.
Alshon Jeffery had a dubious distinction that he would rather avoid in 2014: He had five games with 100 or more receiving yards, two of them with more than 200, and the Bears lost all five games.
M.D. Jennings wasn’t even drafted by the Green Bay Packers, so in that sense, he beat the odds by making the team three years ago.
What our peers think of us typically means considerably more than what general population thinks of us. By that measure, the Bears should feel very respected by their NFL mates.