What position should the Bears draft in the first round?

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What should the Bears draft in the first round?

  1. QB

    6 vote(s)
    20.0%
  2. WR

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  3. OL

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    0.0%
  4. DL

    14 vote(s)
    46.7%
  5. LB

    0 vote(s)
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  6. CB

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  7. S

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Best available regardless of position

    8 vote(s)
    26.7%
  9. Trade up

    0 vote(s)
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  10. Trade down

    2 vote(s)
    6.7%
  1. ZifanQ

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    I wonder if Jerry Angelo could fuck all 50 picks up.. Past weeks I've been thinking that Emery seems like a high risk high reward kind of GM. Bennett, Marshall, Long, Shea, Jeffery, Hardin, M.Wilson, DJ. Williams, Anderson have all to some extent been high risk and high reward. Shea, Hardin, havn't worked out but everyone else which I consider high risk high rewards picks have been outstanding.
     
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    FA's all D draft all D look for scraps for the O.
     
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    I agree Zifan, but you can also add the Evan Rodriguez experiment to the list of high risk/high reward misses.
     
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    Speaking of TE busts, I saw Vernon Davis catch a TD pass from Russell Wilson on Thursday.
     
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    Defense is obviously a need.

    I say DL, mainly because of the drop in Peps play, Melton will likely still demand a pretty big contract (here or elsewhere).

    If we stay with the 4-3 the key to that defense is the front 4, and if we switch to a 3-4 we are going to need a big guy in the middle and he is not on the roster.

    I think the the First round might be too high for a run stuffing DT if we switch to 3-4 the second or third round might do, but if it is a stud DE, then 1st round is the place to get him.
     
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    I think the Bears should invest a 2nd or 3rd round pick on a QB, unless one falls to them in the first that they're absolutely willing to bet their careers on. The dream pick is that somehow Clowney falls from his projected number one spot in the draft, and while it's possible, it's not likely.
     
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    I'm a fan of bpa on a specific list of positions.

    Those would be

    QB
    DE
    DT
    CB
    S

    Gime the most pro ready high talent guy off this list.
     
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    qb move on from cutler and grab a qb trestman can unleash his offense with
     
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    That post is so funny. First, Vernon Davis doesn't qualify as a bust, though he may not live up to your expectations. Second, I'm pretty sure he plays for the 49ers and Russell Wilson plays for the Seahawks. Was there a NFCW all star game last weekend I missed?
     
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    This was a tough pick for me, and it looks (at the time of my posting) you guys are slit as well. I honestly say DEFENSE should be drafted. Assuming Jay heals, he's "good enough" to keep us going for another year. Jay proved he can still achieve great things this year. Sure he screwed up a couple of times, but his good out weighs the bad. Think about it, the D on average is ALWAYS bad. Sure with some luck we get some turnovers or even a Pick 6, but their basic fundamentals suck: missed tackles no pass rush. Jay is the "lesser of two evils" right now (assuming he recovers).
     
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