There's only one thing certain about the NFL draft: It never goes according to plan. Teams set up their big boards knowing they need to have a plan B, plan C and even plan D.
This draft is crucial for the Chicago Bears. Even though they have added a number of pieces in free agency, the defense still has a few holes. General manager Phil Emery has to start hitting on these defensive players he drafts or he will start to feel the heat.
It's important to play out the perfect scenarios and the bad ones so you can be prepared for either come draft time.
As we profile the vital first three rounds, we break down the best- and worst-case scenarios for each round.