What do you guys think? Chicago Bears Biggest area of need: defensive line/secondary The Bears took steps in recent drafts and free agency toward becoming more of an offensive-oriented team, but general manager Phil Emery surely is learning this season the defense is going to require his attention, especially the front four. Given the team's issues rushing the passer and stopping the run, the Bears need to add talent and depth at defensive tackle and defensive end. But Emery will also need to replenish other areas on defense, most notably the secondary. Contracts for cornerbacks Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings expire after the season, as does the K of safety Major Wright. Expect the DL and the Secondary to be the two areas which Emery focuses on in FA and the 2014 draft. -- Michael C. Wright Kiper's Top Chicago prospects: Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina | Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon | Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida Kiper's Draft analysis: The Bears have had to get creative on the defensive line because of injuries, and I certainly think they will be drafting to bolster that group. Timmy Jernigan of Florida State is a player who could fit. Jernigan is athletic for his size and can both disrupt the pocket and scrape down the line to make plays against the run. Stephon Tuitt of Notre Dame could be someone to watch, because he's another player who offers versatility, with a combination of size and speed to move around. A first-round sleeper to watch would be athletically gifted Ra'Shede Hageman of Minnesota. Chicago is in desperate need of young, athletic, playmakers on the DL. -- Mel Kiper Jr.