The 2016 NFL Draft is less than a week away, and CSN has you covered with everything to get you ready.
Sunday night Chris Boden, Hub Arkush, Alex Brown and Patrick Mannelly previewed how general manager Ryan Pace and the Bears will attack the three-day draft on "Bears Draft Central."
Check out all the segments in the links to videos below, and for all your draft coverage keep it with us at CSNChicago.com.
— Grading Bears GM Ryan Pace's offseason moves
— Taking a glance at what picks the Bears have
— Were the trades for the top two NFL Draft picks good moves?
— Assessing the Bears' needs entering the NFL Draft
— Should the Bears go with best available or draft for need?
— Who can the Bears expect to have as options at No. 11?
— Will the Bears draft a quarterback?
— Bears Draft Central Hurry Up
— Should a team roll the dice on Jaylon Smith?
David Haugh, Adam Jahns and Patrick Finley join Kap on the panel. The Bears lose a rough one in Miami as Matt Nagy goes conservative at the end zone. Does the rookie coach deserve all of the blame? Dave Wannstedt joins the guys to discuss.
Plus the guys discuss the Cubs’ newest hitting coach/scapegoat, Brandon Saad’s upcoming healthy scratch and Bobby Portis betting on himself this season.
Listen here or in the embedded player below!
The Bears defense was not its usual self in their overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The pass rush was minimal and tackling looked optional, and Brock Osweiler threw for almost 400 yards.
There was plenty of blame to go around, but a few individual defenders had success while their teammates struggled.
Defensive lineman Akiem Hicks made the Pro Football Focus Team of the Week for Week 6 with a 92.2 overall grade.
He recorded seven tackles that resulted in a defensive “stop,” the most of any defensive lineman according to PFF.
Chicago’s next highest-graded player was cornerback Kyle Fuller (78.2), who intercepted Osweiler twice but also missed two tackles.
Offensively, wide receiver Taylor Gabriel led the way with a 76.9 mark. PFF credited four of his five catches coming against Dolphins cornerback Torry McTyer in coverage.
Meanwhile, outside linebacker Khalil Mack had the lowest-graded game of his career (47.8), while linebacker Danny Trevathan (29.9) and safety Adrian Amos Jr. (47.5) each had their second-worst games.
Some of the Bears’ best players were at their worst in Miami. They’re going to need to get their act together for the New England Patriots on Sunday.