1. Left Tackle: As I wrote in my 2011 NFL Mock Draft, if the Bears had a good offensive line, Jay Cutler probably wouldn't have suffered an MCL sprain against the Packers, and we never would have had this huge debate about whether Cutler should have played or not. Frank Omiyale is a good run-blocker, but he can't pass protect to save his life. Anthony Castonzo and Derek Sherrod will be options at No. 29 in the 2011 NFL Draft. Adding one of them would allow Omiyale to move over to the right side.
2. Left Guard: Chris Williams is another weak link on the offensive front. Chicago fans would absolutely love it if their team signed Stephen Neal.
3. Defensive Tackle: Tommie Harris was benched in late September. He eventually re-claimed his starting job, but wasn't particularly effective down the stretch. The Bears could look at someone like Jurrell Casey or Marvin Austin late in the second round.
4. Center: Olin Kreutz must be re-signed.
5. No. 1 Wide Receiver: Chicago has a bunch of No. 2 and 3 wideouts on its roster. For instance, Johnny Knox would be an excellent secondary receiver. A No. 1 guy is needed. Jonathan Baldwin could be the answer with the 29th pick this April.