Chicago Bears fanatics have a great deal to be excited about, now that the Marc Trestman era is underway. While there are multiple holes to fill, the Bears have the kind of pieces already in place to be one good draft from being Super Bowl contenders.
The Bears offense shackled the team last season, and with an offensive-minded head coach, expect Chicago to break the Lovie Smith trend of drafting an endless supply of defensive lineman. However, one intriguing focus of this year's draft will be whether general manager Phil Emery looks to find Brian Urlacher's replacement.
Additionally, the Bears will need to upgrade the offensive line, add another member to the secondary and find a quarterback-friendly tight end. Prioritizing those needs and finding the best value in each round will be the key to what the 2013-14 Bears look like when they take the field in September.