It’s draft day eve, and NFL fans are downright giddy. This is the most unpredictable draft I can recall in years, simply because of the lackluster quarterback class.
It’s hard to believe that the NFL Draft is only two weeks away. Several recent quarterback transactions have shaken up my top-10, which has a cascading effect throughout the first round.
The frenzied period of free agency has come and gone, so it’s time to shift the focus to the draft.
This 2012 NBA Mock Draft is more like a blueprint for what each team should do and not what they will do. Too many times, teams make the wrong decision based on the determination that a certain player has more talent than another or too much consideration is given towards long-term value versus short-term greatness.
Bears fans should be optimistic. Chicago was a playoff team before Jay Cutler broke his thumb, and now he will be reunited with former Broncos teammate Brandon Marshall, who gives the Windy City an elite receiver for the first time in, well, a long time.
Leading up to every NFL Draft, there are countless analysts who publish multiple editions of their predictions as to how the first round, and the entire draft will shape up. Here’s a look at who the Bears are predicted to pick at No. 29.
Shortly after the Chicago Bears lost to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game, the front office started evaluating and forming an NFL Draft strategy. On Thursday nigh that strategy gets put into action.
The 2011 NFL Draft is finally here. All the measuring, timing, testing and workouts are done. It’s time to usher in a fresh, new crop of NFL superstars to a football stadium near you.
The NFL Combine is now over and nearly a month has passed since our first Bears mock draft. Naturally, some players moved up on the draft boards and some players moved down.
The NFL Combine is wrapping up Tuesday, and as the April draft approaches we’ll slowly get a clearer picture of what the Bears might do. One published mock draft as them going with an offensive tackle from the SEC.
The Bears are slated to have the No. 29, No. 62 and No. 93 overall picks in the first three rounds. Who will they take?
Gabe Carimi was the best offensive lineman on arguably the best offensive line in all of college football last year. And he might also be the best option for protecting Jay Cutler.