NFL Makes Big Statement About Bears Draft Results.

Published April 30, 2018 at 3:37 PM

"The overall consensus is that the Chicago Bears had a pretty good 2018 NFL Draft. The team addressed some of their most important needs during the draft and during free agency.How do people feel about the Bears draft outside of Chicago?Well the people at NFL.com love it!The Bears were given an A for their work on Day 1, another A for their Day 2 work and a B+ for their day 3 work. All that lead to the Bears receiving an A for their overall grade. Roquan Smith and James Daniels are highlights from the draft while wide receivers Anthony Miller and Javon Wims are also looked at like good scores for the Bears. Here's their full draft analysis:"The Bears found much-needed speed and talent for their defense with the addition of Smith. He is not a physical specimen in the Brian Urlacher mold but still a force to be reckoned with. The Georgia star was the best player on the board at the eighth pick. Daniels will fit into the Bears' offensive line wherever coaches can stick him. If his knees are fine, he'll start in the league for a long time. They paid a 2019 second-round and 2018 fourth-round pick to get an outstanding receiver in Miller. He'll take over Cam Meredith's spot and could be a long-time starter due to his competitive nature. Iyiegbuniwe will be an active linebacker for the Bears, who might have gone a bit early. Nichols is an athletic big man that will fit into their rotation right away, and Fitts fits well as an edge rusher in the 3-4 scheme; only injuries have limited his success in college. A riser as a senior, Wims can win downfield for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky."


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