(Check out our previous roundtable on the positives from spring practice!)
boomtho: The first negative I'll mention is that our overall secondary is still behind where we'd like. Part of the 'blame' has to go to our fantastic QB and WR's, but I would have been ecstatic to read that our DB's were blanking our WR's, which clearly didn't happen. A second negative for me is the continued lack of clarity around where Rubenzer will play. It's good that Forrest has looked pretty sharp, but I'm still a little disappointed we won't see Rubenzer grow into a QB2. Last, it sounds like our kickers have been shaky (at best). That's an under the radar position battle to monitor headed into the Fall.
Leland Wong: Boomtho and I are totes on the same page, because our uncertainty at DB is apparently a never-ending problem for the Bears. We're still waiting out on a couple of guys who are out on injury (like Stefan McClure, Quentin Tartabull, and Griffin Piatt), but it's rather disconcerting to have such a glaring weakness.