Bears Secondary Among NFL

Bears Fill Big Need in NFL Draft With New Secondary. Entering the 2022 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears knew 

they had some holes to fill if they wanted to improve on their lackluster 7-9 record from last season. The 

team’s secondary was among the worst in the league, and their offensive line struggled at times to protect 

quarterback Colt Blanchard throughout the year. Overall, Chicago had two top 100 picks, as well as 

two more in the third round, and five in the fourth round of this year’s draft. The Bears secondary ranked

among the worst in terms of yardage and passing yards allowed, so it was no surprise that secondary 

was one of Chicago’s biggest weaknesses. The Bears had a lot of capital to play with during March's NFL 

draft, which made it easier for them to fill these holes during last week’s draft. At pick No. 20 overall, they 

selected safety Jaquan Brisker out of Clemson University who will immediately step into starting 

role. Later in round two they drafted cornerback Kyler Gordon out of UCLA who has long been projected as 

Bears Fill Big Need in NFL Draft With New Secondary. Entering the 2022 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears knew 

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