Now that Brandon Marshall (I like the Optimus Prime nickname) is a Chicago Bear as well as Jason Campbell, it's time to start looking at the other options. Obviously it would have been a beautiful thing to see Peppers and William creating absolute havoc in opponents' backfields, but I guess it wasn't meant to be. What then should the Bears do about their less than ideal pass rush? Is Paea going to be the man this year? Will Wootton become the mauler he has the potential to be? What's clear is that there needs to be an addition somewhere along the D-line to create a more effective pass-rush. I don't have a lot of faith in Mercilus because of having such a limited body of work. Granted, he's a monster of an athlete but the Bears intend to win this season so we need a player who can make and impact this season. JPP is the guy everyone compares him to, but like JPP he's raw and needs development. If one of the top tier WR's in the draft is available at 19 I'd like to see that, otherwise I'm a fan of the BPA. The Bears have positions of need there will be a plug-and-play guy available at so that should be what they target. Get a guy that can help in September of this year. Draft the raw athletes later (yes I think Mercilus is raw, he's rough on the run and would probably be used for the first year as a situational type).