Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery thrived in the first year of Marc Trestman's offensive system in Chicago.
The two combined for 2,716 yards and 19 touchdowns, and it didn't matter whether Jay Cutler or Josh McCown was throwing them the football. They excelled regardless who was under center.
Entering 2014, the two will look to replicate that success in a system that should only get better.
“I’m not the type of person that brags a lot about anything, but I feel that last year, what we did, we were at the top of the list as the two best receivers,” Jeffery told Sporting News. “But that was last year. This year we have to set our goal and try our best to do the same thing we did last year, if not better.”
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