Chicago Bears 2010 and Beyond: Draft Possibilities for Next Season

November 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sure, it’s only the middle of the 2010 NFL season and not a lot of people are thinking about the 2011 NFL Draft, but to this writer, it’s never too early to talk about.
The Bears are a team with a lot of needs that must take a hard look at improving through the draft. 
Granted, General Manager Jerry Angelo hasn’t been the best at evaluating talent and drafting players who stick around, but he’s got to get things straight and be an excellent evaluator in the upcoming draft. 
That’s if he’s still around.
So, what are the Bears going to do in the 2011 NFL Draft? What are their needs? 
Let’s take a look at this, the first Bears draft preview prior to the 2011 NFL Draft.
1. Offensive Tackle
It appears as if Chris Williams may be a better guard than a tackle, and while Frank Omiyale is a serviceable left tackle, he’s certainly not as solid as the Bears would like. 
If Angel...

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