Take a good look at NFL passing games and see if you can find more than a dozen true No. 1 wide receivers.
Chances are, you might not reach double digits. It’s very difficult to find the three things required to have one: a receiver with the right combination of size, speed, hands and instincts, a system that will put him in position to succeed and a quarterback who can get him the ball on a regular basis. As long as the Bears have been without a franchise passer — forever — they’ve lacked a No. 1 receiver.