With The 183rd Pick In the 2010 NFL Draft, The Chicago Bears Select…

February 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

...Brian Jackson, CB, Oklahoma.
The thing I like best about Jackson is that he is a big, physical cornerback.  I am convinced he is the type of cornerback that can be drafted at that position and stay at that position, and not be transitioned into a safety (although that may not be a bad thing for the Bears, either).
He stands at 6'1" tall and weighs 203 lbs.  Teaming him with Peanut Tillman would give the Bears two big, physical type corners, which could end up being the staple of the Bears defense. 
If the Bears new-look defense is going to rely on press, man-to-man coverage, Jackson would be the perfect selection with this pick, seeing as how his best features are his physical play and press style coverage.  
Jackson likes to attack the receiver at the line of scrimmage and overpower his man so that his timing is thrown off, making it almost impossible for the quarterback to get the ball to his receiver.  With timing being the number one variable on pas...

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