Editor's Note: Unlike other teams and mock drafters in this second round, ColtsFanNChiTown and the Chicago Bears did not have a first round pick. Chicago traded its first round pick in a package for Jay Cutler. So, because of this, we'll treat Chicago's second round pick just as we would a first rounder.
Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State
|49. Chicago Bears|
Drafter: ColtsFanNChiTownReasons for drafting: The surprising trade by the Bears to get Jay Cutler should avoid any QB debacle for years to come. However, the consensus is that Cutler needs more weapons to throw to besides the likes of Devin Hester (who's not a #1), Rashied Davis, or a Earl Bennett. Greg Olsen and Desmond Clark are viable options to the passing game, but one more young WR is needed to be that Brandon Marshall type player Culter had in Denver. Brian Robiskie is a young WR who has all the traits to be successful in this league. His Junior year at Ohio State, he put up better numbers than 1st rounders Anthony Gonzalez and Reggie Wayne did the year that they came our for the draft. However with a change in philosophy to the passing, his numbers declined just a bit his last season there. At 6'3, he is known for his great route running, reliable hands, intelligent, and good body control. Even though Chicago could use help at Safety, Guard, or DE, Robiskie is probably one of the most ready WR coming into the draft and could help solidify the Bears passing game to be one of the top 10 in the league.
Check out Brian Robiskie's scouting report at Mocking the Draft.
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Does Robiskie to the Bears at #49 make sense?
Yes, more weapons for their new franchise QB (306 votes)
Yes, but they passed up some strong o-linemen and other players (31 votes)
No, they had bigger holes in other areas (18 votes)
No, Robiskie is not a first day prospect (25 votes)
380 total votes