The 2011 NFL Draft is now history. Teams have upgraded on positions, picked potential superstars and drafted what some predict will be busts.
But like any other draft, there are always unanswered questions that both fans, players and maybe even some coaches want answered.
For the Chicago Bears, it appeared that Jerry Angelo got off on the right foot when he picked a much-needed offensive lineman with the team's first pick. They were lucky enough to have a top-five prospect at the position fall to them at number 29, so there was no hesitation on Angelo's part.
The Bears then selected defensive tackle Stephen Paea, who they were impressed with but who still has injury issues. Providing a replacement for Tommie Harris was vital, however.
Next they drafted California's safety Chris Conte, which raised some eyebrows since the Bears are solid at safety but need help at the cornerback position.
From that point on, the Bears' picks got gradually worse and made many people wonder why Angelo didn't continue to make smart moves and decisions as he did in earlier rounds?