Bears had the 15th best O Line according to pro football focus last year and have a legit running game to take pressure off of Trubisky so this comment is inherently false. The Bears have plenty of flaws but it has more to do with skill players than the big guys.
At first I was a little bent out of shape about the pick, especially with what they had to give up because SF probably got the Bears to buy that someone was talking about moving up. With that said, if Trubisky is a legit franchise QB, then his price is irrelevant. The next argument is to bring up Glennon who's deal is basically a 1 year try out for bottom third annual salary packaged as a three year deal. After year 1, the Bears can get out.
Trubisky threw 80 something career passes in the redzone, none of them were intercepted. That is a far cry from my beloved Jay who killed the Bears in the redzone. I also like what I see. The guy can play. For better or worse, the Bears front office hitched their wagons to this guy and took their shot. If it pays off, they didn't pay too much for him. They paid him what he is worth because there probably was interest in Trubisky at two from either Cleveland, Houston, KC who all didn't want to pay what SF asked.
And they didn't draft Jabril Peppers.