Best Chicago Bears First Round Picks between 1991-2011 #5 – Curtis Conway

site de rencontres bretagne Welcome to a new feature here on Beardown. In the lead up to the NFL Draft, I take a look back over the last 20 years to find the five best first round picks in that time. We start with one of DaBossBear’s favourite Bears players of all time (helps he shares the same surname)… Curtis Conway. Conway was selected 7th in the 1993 draft out of USC.  At the time the Bears had just sacked Mike Ditka and bought in Dave Wannstedt and had been drafted to improve a weak Bears WR Corps (Tom Waddle, Wendell Davis, Fred Banks, Terry Obee and Anthony Morgan). He finished 1993 third on the Bears with 231 yards receiving (behind Tom Waddle and  Terry Obee) and 2 touchdowns. 1994 he improved to become second in production behind Jeff Graham and caught for 546 yards and 2 touchdowns. Still not quite production for a top ten pick but getting better. In 1995 the Bears offense became quite explosive under OC Ron Turner and finished 9-7. Erik Kramer passed for just under 4000 yards and had two 1000 yard receivers. Curtis Conway caught for 1037 yards playing opposite Jeff Graham (who himself caught for 1300 yards).

rencontres sérieuses 85 The 1996 Bears were a worse team and finished 7-9. Offensively they were still in the top ten with points scored (8th). Conway still caught for 1069 yards and 12 touchdowns in what was his most productive season as a Bear. A Bears Wide Receiver that catches for over a thousand yards is a very rare thing. Conway did that in back to back years (1995 and 1996).  This is why he is number 5 in our list of best first round picks from the Chicago Bears in the last 20 years.

conocer gente por internet bogota Here is a 75 yard touchdown against the Vikings at Soldier Field in 1995, his longest catch of the 2005.

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