34 va 43 defensive draft

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  1. BSBEARS

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    Went to Draft tek again and set it up for each defense. It kept trying to give me Adrian Hubbard in rd 2 as a 43DE almost all sites have him as an 34OLB so I locked in CB for rd 2. Anyway for comparison here is what da Bears drafted.

    34 Defense
    Round Pick Team Selection Psn School CRI Delta ReachValue
    1 14 Chicago Ra'Shede Hageman DE34 Minnesota P3 4 Value
    2 51 Chicago Dee Ford OLB34 Auburn P3 -3 Reach
    3 82 Chicago Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor P3 -3 Reach
    4 113 Chicago Ryan Carrethers DT34 Arkansas State P3 0 Value
    5 144 Chicago Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State P3 -7 Reach
    6 167 Chicago Gabe Ikard OC Oklahoma P3 -12 Reach
    6 175 Chicago Marqueston Huff FS Wyoming P3 -19 Reach

    43 Defense
    Round Pick Team Selection Psn School CRI Delta ReachValue
    1 14 Chicago Ra'Shede Hageman DT43 Minnesota P3 4 Value
    2 51 Chicago Marcus Roberson CB Florida P3Grab -20 Reach
    3 82 Chicago Michael Sam DE43 Missouri P3 1 Value
    4 113 Chicago Marcel Jensen TE Fresno State P3 -11 Reach
    5 144 Chicago Jimmie Ward SS Northern Illinois P3 -12 Reach
    6 167 Chicago Max Bullough ILB Michigan State P3 2 Value
    6 175 Chicago Marqueston Huff FS Wyoming P3 -19 Reach

    First 3 picks look good either way. Hageman can move to 34de or tackle, Dee Ford and Michael Sam could play 43DE or 34OLB. I like CB in RD 2 but SS in RD 3 is a need as well. Pretty close tough to call I could live with both of them I guess
     
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    Just for sh%#&ts and giggles I traded with Cleveland.
    Bears get from Cleveland: picks 26, 35 and 71 (Trade Value 700, 560, 235 respectively) Total TV= 1495
    Cleveland gets from Bears: picks 14 and 51 (Trade Value 1100 and 390) Total TV = 1490

    43 defense
    Round Pick Team Selection Psn School CRI Delta ReachValue
    1 26 Chicago Stephon Tuitt DT43 Notre Dame P3 5 Value
    2 35 Chicago Ryan Shazier OLB43 Ohio State P3 3 Value
    3 71 Chicago Josh Mauro DE43 Stanford P3 -1 Reach
    3 82 Chicago Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor P3 -3 Reach
    4 113 Chicago Aaron Lynch OLB34 South Florida P3 7 Value
    5 144 Chicago Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State P3 -7 Reach
    6 167 Chicago Nevin Lawson CB Utah State P3 -15 Reach
    6 175 Chicago Marqueston Huff FS Wyoming P3 -19 Reach

    34 Defense

    Team Selection Psn School CRI Delta ReachValue
    Chicago Stephon Tuitt DE34 Notre Dame P3 5 Value
    Chicago Kyle Van Noy OLB34 BYU P3 -2 Reach
    Chicago Lamarcus Joyner CB Florida State P3 -3 Reach
    Chicago Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor P3 -3 Reach
    Chicago Marcel Jensen TE Fresno State P3 -11 Reach
    Chicago Justin Ellis DT34 Louisiana Tech P3 -16 Reach
    Chicago Jalen Saunders WRS Oklahoma P3R -2 Reach
    Chicago Marqueston Huff FS Wyoming P3 -19 Reach

    I just keep liking the 3-4 picks better. Seems the picks are much more flexible for position and a hybrid style defense
     
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    The more I look at the 3-4 and 4-3 the more I actually like the idea of going with a hybrid, it seems to give the ability to adjust the defense to match up with the opposing offense.

    It takes a lot of types of defenders, but we need to rebuild completely anyways.
     
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