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POLL: What position should the Chicago Bears target in round 2?

One round of the 2013 NFL Draft is in the books and it was filled with lots of surprises, twists and turns. After the controversial selection of guard Kyle Long, what position should the Bears target in round two tonight?

Te'o and Denard Robinson, two players who could hear their names called tonight.
Te'o and Denard Robinson, two players who could hear their names called tonight.
Jonathan Daniel

The Bears enter the second day of the draft holding just one selection, number 50 overall, the 18th pick in round two. The Bears surrendered their third round pick as part of the Brandon Marshall trade (in case you didn't remember).

Last night the Bears ruffled a lot of feathers here on WCG by spurning highly touted prospects Shariff Floyd, Tyler Eifert, Manti Te'o and Alec Ogletree, among others, for Oregon guard/tackle Kyle Long.

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Long should be able to compete right away for a spot on the Bears' re-tooled offensive line.

For fans look for the Bears to address their defensive issues, tonight should offer plenty of options. There were no inside linebackers taken in round one so Te'o, Ogletree and Arthur Brown are all available as day two opens.

Other top players available include: QB Geno Smith, WR Justin Hunter, CB Jamar Taylor, DEs Cornellius "Tank" Carradine and Margus Hunt.

So, I ask you, the fans, which position should Phil Emery target tonight? Just pick a position group and then in the comments name the player(s) you hope are available when the Bears get on the clock.

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