Answer the biggest Bear question

Patrick Finley of The Sun-Times answered the biggest questions the Bears faced after the draft:

What choice says the most about Ryan Poles' thought process?

Taking Darnell Wright shows the emphasis the Bears place on athleticism across their draft board. His Relative Athletic Score of 9.68 is — get this — 44th of 1,287 qualified tackles since 1987. He finished third among tackles in this year's NFL Scouting Combine in athleticism scoring, which measures everything but the bench press.

The Bears' decision to trade back in Round 1 and draft Darnell Wright was…

It's boring – fans don't usually buy jerseys with proper tackle – but necessary to protect quarterback Justin Fields. The Polish draft was less sizzling from Round 1 onwards; The Bears in theory have the first of every choice, but are only drafted there twice. When they did — in Halves 3 and 7 — they made tackles defensively. Bored Bear fans should be cheered by first round and next year Panthers earners DJ Moore and Chase Claypool, who Poland got as part of its trade returns.

My favorite pick after Round 1 is….

Roschon Johnson has only started five collegiate games behind the great Bijan Robinson, but I think he will be the Bears' leading hooligan two years from now.

What needs do they still need to fill — and how?

They need to contract their own players to extensions. Cornerback Jaylon Johnson and tight end Cole Kmet are only 24 years old, while Mooney is 25. All three are young and talented enough to be part of the Bears' next good team, which, mercifully, is at least a year away. Chase Claypool, like the three above, is entering the final year of his deal. Poles said (wisely) that he wanted to see more from him before offering a new contract.

Have the Bears done enough to help Justin Fields?

We will see later. The Bears' receiving space is light years better than this time last year, and their offensive line should improve. But as the Poles said on Saturday, there is a difference between being excited by the rosters on paper and watching the gel teams. “It has to come together,” he said.

The pressure will be on this player…

Braxton Jones. Drafting Wright meant the Bears would rely on an earlier fifth-round pick from Southern Utah to once again play every snap at left tackle, which remains a premium position in the NFL. If he isn't up to it, then the Bears have two first-round picks next year to look for another.

Where do the Bears fit in in the NFC North?

Lastly – with a possible jump to third if new Packers quarterback Jordan Love turns out to be as bad as I thought.