16. Markus Wheaton
Wheaton is going to have to a be a hit for the Bears. They invested in him, so there is a clear plan for him. Wheaton also has the ability to be a game breaking player. He struggled to find his role in the Steelers offense. So did Emmanuel Sanders, and the change of scenery worked out well for him.
This could be similar with Wheaton. Wheaton is a threat because he can be used down the field, in the slot, and on the sideline. He is really good at winning with the ball in the air, and the Bears could use this game breaking ability to give defenses fits.
From 18-16 the Bears have completely different offensive game breakers. If Cohen can work misdirection, Shaheen can attack up the seam, and Wheaton can spread the field with his deep sideline ability it is a completely different offense than a year ago. These are the playmakers that the Bears need to see big things out, and these are the players the Bears have to invest practice reps in.