2010 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting the Chicago Bears’ Draft Class

February 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Chicago Bears were one of the 2009 season's biggest disappointments, finishing a meager 7-9. Expectations were high entering last year's campaign, after a blockbuster trade landed one of the league's marquee quarterbacks, Jay Cutler. But inconsistent play by Cutler, coupled by a rash of injuries, doomed the Bears' season. To make matters worse the Bears gave up two first round picks for Cutler, including their 2010 selection. In mid-October, the Bears traded their 2010 second round pick for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' DE Gaines Adams. Tragically, Adams passed away on January 17th. With little margin for error, the Bears 2010 picks will be paramount in building momentum for the 2010 season. If the personnel decision-makers, including head coach Lovie Smith, fail to find impact players in this draft, they may be shown the door, and quickly. Without further adieu, here are the best case, worst case, and most realistic scenarios for each of the Chicago Bears' 2010 draft picks. Begin...

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