The question was about QB Garoppolo and if he can throw the ball in that area of the field more. But it's worth nothing Aiyuk will have a key role. The author said Aiyuk is essentially taking over for Emmanuel Sanders. Aiyuk has decent size, very good speed and extremely long arms. He has a wingspan of 80 inches, which is rare for someone who stands just under 6 feet, the author went on to say. We rank Aiyuk 50th among our WRs.
I wouldn’t assume Raheem Mostert starts. Once he does, it will be the first start of his career. As dominant as Mostert was toward the end of the season, Kyle Shanahan and Bobby Turner liked starting games with Tevin Coleman because he’s a little bigger and more physical runner than the others.
So my guess is that the arrangement will be the same as last season: Coleman starts, with Turner then using his feel for who’s hot that day dictating the snap loads for the rest of the game.
The wild card, of course, is McKinnon, the author went on to say. It’s possible that he becomes the preferred tailback on third downs. There also could be instances in which he and another tailback are in the formation with McKinnon lining up in the slot or even out wide. The story added if McKinnon's knee isn't as good as the early reports, Wilson enters the picture.
The Bears could use Ted Ginn's speed after cutting ties with Taylor Gabriel earlier this offseason. Aside from Allen Robinson, Chicago's wide receiver room is full of what-ifs and maybes. Anthony Miller might evolve into an exceptional playmaker this season, or he could continue his pattern of inconsistent and frustrating play.
Even those who follow the Bears don't expect him to light up the scoreboard, as the story put it, but it seems the Bears are hoping the threat of Ginn's speed can open up space for Robinson and new TE Jimmy Graham.