Smooth Or Grizzle: Who Should Start, Matt Forte or Chester Taylor?

May 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Thus far in the Bears' training camp, there have been a few critics debating on who should start at the wideout position.
When I think of a topic worth debating, I envision the running back spot.
Matt Forte, one of the few rookie sensations of 2008, has been put on the hotseat after a disappointing 2009 season. The seat has been hotter than ever with Chicago snagging former Adrian Peterson backup, Chester Taylor.
Taylor, 30, was complimented for having more than enough tread on the tires. This belief was based on his career as a backup. Although Taylor has been known as a second stringer, Chester can still get the job done with incentives.
The nine season veteran was an essential part of the Minnesota Viking's offense in 2009, however, by catching passes out of the backfield from Brett Favre. Analysts often compare his receiving skills to our own Forte and speak highly of his leadership.
Right off the bat, you have to admire Taylor's presence. Wh...

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