Chicago Bears 2014 Mock Draft: Round-by-Round Best-Case Scenario

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Chicago Bears 2014 Mock Draft: Round-by-Round Best-Case Scenario
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The Chicago Bears struggled at the end of the season, finishing with an 8-8 record and missing out on the playoffs, despite two chances to lock up the division in the final two weeks.

While the offense took a major step forward in 2013 under Marc Trestman, the defense steadily declined after Week 1. The defense finished dead last against the run, allowing an average of 161.4 yards per game, nearly 30 yards more than the next-closest team.

Phil Emery wasted little time in re-signing key players for the 2014 season as the team announced the signing of long-term deals for Jay Cutler, Tim Jennings and Matt Slauson.

Emery and his staff still have plenty of decisions left to make in regard to their own free agents, as well as those players who will be interesting them as unrestricted free agents.

Beyond the impending free agents, Emery and his staff will be focused on which players can help them in getting younger and better through the draft.

Here is our latest round-by-round best-case scenario mock draft for the Chicago Bears.

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