Chicago Bears: Recent mock draft has Ryan Pace drafting a new quarterback

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Chicago Bears, Mitchell Trubisky
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The Chicago Bears could go in many directions in the 2020 NFL Draft. It seems one recent mock draft has them replacing Mitchell Trubisky in the second round and finding a new target for him.

The Chicago Bears are in desperate need of finding an identity on offense. Players and coaches said that the offense lacked an identity over and over again during the 2019 season. In order to help them find that identity, Ryan Pace must add some new faces to the offensive side of the ball. He could look to do that via free agency or possibly in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Mock drafts are very common between now and April. Mock drafts are educated guesses that allow fans to get an idea of how analysts expect teams to attack the draft. With so many varying opinions out there, no one is ever completely accurate. Not to mention, trades can throw off an entire mock draft too.

With two second-round picks, Ryan Pace could potentially package both to move up into the late first or he could move back with one of them and acquire more picks. If that happens, well, the names on this mock draft mean literally nothing. Why? The answer is simple. Should the Bears move up or back in the draft, the availability of the names will drastically change.

This recent two-round mock draft was from 247 sports. I am shocked at some of the names they have going in the first round based on other draft grades by other analysts. Nevertheless, here are the two names they have the Chicago Bears taking in the second round.