The Bears should not draft a receiver just to draft a receiver. There are too many other spots on the roster that could use depth. If the top receivers on the Bears’ board are gone it would be foolish to use a second round pick on a fifth round receiver and you can never have too many defensive backs.
I completely agree with that.
Remember also, the Bears like drafting defensive backs and turning them into receivers…
Oh you mean they had the audacity to try to turn one of the fastest/most exciting NFL players in recent memory into a WR? What a terrible idea! /sarcasm
Anyways, the Bleacher Report article seems to mostly reflect common sense, except there’s no way Angelo will just take a WR in the second round even if he’s getting bad value in his mind. He’s made some bad decisions in hindsight but he’s not stupid.