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The Bears didn't have any glaring needs after a NFC championship and a narrow loss in the Super Bowl in the previous season, so their mantra was to take the best player available in the 2007 NFL Draft.
But outside of Olsen, Chicago missed on a lot of good players. Instead of Bazuin, the Bears could have had Charles Johnson or Brian Robison. Instead of Wolfe they could have picked up Le'Ron McClain or Ahmad Bradshaw.
It should come as no surprise, then, that the Bears went from first to last and finished with a 7-9 record the following season.
Other picks from this draft: offensive tackle Aaron Brant (No. 241 overall) and linebacker Michael Okwo (No. 94 overall).
Overall class grade: C-