Lovie Smith and the Chicago Bears finally have a first round pick for the 2011 NFL Draft. It's the first one they're able to use ever since they gave up two for Jay Cutler in 2009.
This year, the Bears will have a chance to reel in a player in every round—except for the seventh.
Losing in the NFC Championship isn't such a bad thing, especially for teams that have never gotten that far. However, the Bears lost the game in a fashion that not many organizations would prefer.
Why did they lose the game?
Jay Cutler getting hit constantly eventually led to him being carted off the field and that was the end of the game—and season—for Cutler.
This happened all season long too.
While there are other weak areas in the roster (as far as age and depth go) each pick so be both a smart one and an effective one.