Bears needs and how it plays out in the draft

Kevin Seifert of ESPN talks today about the Bears offseason needs, and how it relates to the 2010 NFL Draft:

The Bears started five different safety combinations last season and have a pressing need for a ball-hawking free safety. Al Afalava could fit as a strong safety, but the Bears don’t seem to trust any of their incumbent safeties in deep coverage. The Tampa-2 scheme doesn’t always put safeties in position to make big plays, but the Bears’ free safety has too often been a liability. Chicago could also use depth at defensive end after the death of Gaines Adams and the expected departure of Adewale Ogunleye.

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2 Responses to “Bears needs and how it plays out in the draft”

  1. Shane Fling says:

    So… I grew up in corpus Christi Texas where you got your ass beat for not being a cowboys fan… I had 4 channels on my tv. 3, 6, 10… And WGN… I’m 29 and for 23 years i’ve loved this team. Every week it’s either the bears or thecubs making my day miserable… And hey, I liked grossman… Thought we had a chance… Feb 4 is my b-day, imagine my dissapointment… But I’m still here… And I love the Bears. And Texas will never defeat me and thank whatever you belieVe in that the Vikings lost because that my friends would suck more than anything to see them win. Love you all And I liked watching the colts lose

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