2014 NFL Mock Draft Analysis – Chicago Bears

RotoBaller's individual team analysis for our 2014 NFL mock draft. Up until the 2014 NFL draft, I will be taking a look around the league at all 30 NFL teams and analyzing their situations leading up to the draft.

Mitchell Jacobs - RotoBaller
Mitchell Jacobs - RotoBaller

Up until the 2014 NFL draft, I will be taking a look around the league at each NFL team and analyzing their situations leading up to the draft. This page will contain my individual team analysis leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft, and I will be providing periodic updates over the next few months. Be sure to check out my actual 2014 NFL Mock Draft predictions as well, in addition to the analysis I’ll be providing for all 30 NFL teams and their potential draft needs.

2014 NFL Mock Draft Analysis - Chicago Bears

 

Top Free Agents

QB – Jay Cutler (unlikely to leave)

CB – Charles Tillman

CB – Tim Jennings

FS – Major Wright

DT – Corey Wootton

 

Biggest Team Needs

The Bears are going to need to load up on run stopping defensive linemen and their secondary. They could potentially lose almost their entire veteran presence in the secondary including 11 year veteran Charles Tillman.

 

Top NFL Draft Targets

They are very likely to take the best defensive player available and fill in the gaps later on. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (CB, Oregon) could be viewed as a target however he could be gone long before they draft and Chicago really needs some beefy run stoppers.

 

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