Personally, I don't truly agree in doing BPA no matter what, which is what a lot of people seem to advocate. And, I don't think NFL GMs do either, even though they say they do. It's often "BPA based on positional need." If you have 3 quality DTs and the #1 player on your board is a DT, you probably don't take him, you take the next guy who is more of a position that you need.
Bears are reaching for need ,, That is not how someone should draft
BPA > Reaching for need
And again given that Emery bombed last draft and most of FA ,, No reason to give him the benefit of doubt
I'm sorry, but the first part of that is ignorant, and the second part is just plain wrong.
It's been one year. You don't know that Emery "bombed" last year so stop saying it. Two years from now you may be correct, or you could get proven completely wrong. But right now, it's not something you can declare.
And if anything Emery has done significantly well in Free Agency. Brandon Marshall via trade, Michael Bush as a backup RB, Bushrod and Slauson rebuilding the O-Line, and Martellus Bennett getting us a much needed TE that can block and catch. He has hit it out of the park with proven players who fit our needs in Free Agency.
I'll admit, his drafting style seems to have me a bit nervous too, but we could have drafted 3 starters in this years draft, and may have done the same (3-4) in last years draft. If that's the case, both are successes, which is all that matters.