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With Marshall, who needs a No. 2?

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No Bears receiver has stepped up and claimed the club's second wideout position. Yet, with the way Brandon Marshall is playing, a clear-cut second option may not even be necessary.

The 2012 Chicago Bears do not have a clear-cut No. 2 pass catcher. That much has been obvious all season. Behind Brandon Marshall, no one has stepped up. Marshall has been outstanding this year – even better than advertised. He is second in the league in catches (91) and receiving yards (1,182), and is third in targets (138) and fourth in touchdowns (8). Marshall is on pace for 114 receptions,...

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