4 positions Chicago Bears must draft with 6 picks

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1. Chicago Bears need a Wide receiver

With six picks, if the Chicago Bears are going to double up at a position in the draft, you could argue that it should be a wide receiver. The team has needs on the offensive line, but arguably have less depth at wide receiver. Beyond that, this draft proves to be a draft where you can find complimentary wide-outs late.

So, the Bears could look to add their big man and a top target on day two. Then, on day three they could swoop back and grab another wideout. This could be a speedster who stretches the field and does not have much more of a role. Still, as a fourth wideout and a fit with Justin Fields, it would make plenty of sense.

Even if they just draft one wideout, they have to do it. They currently are debating David Moore and Equanimous St. Brown for third wide-out snaps. Moore has been cut multiple times and St. Brown has never been in that role. It is tough to say that the team would feel comfortable with either.

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Both could be band-aids until the draft gets here and we find out how the team will address the position. One thing we already know is that they will address the position.