Chicago Bears Draft: 4 Trade packages involving pick No. 50

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Alright, Bears fans. Although I am a supporter of all four of these trades, this is probably my favorite trade of the four packages. The Miami Dolphins have some serious holes to fill. The team lacks talent in many areas due to trading away pieces in what has become a rebuild.

Right now, the Dolphins have been heavily linked to Tua Tagovailoa with their first pick (No. 5) in the draft. If this were to happen, it still leaves the Dolphins with five more picks inside the top 75. In this scenario, I would expect that the Dolphins are looking to move up to grab a running back of their liking. This could happen if they pass on running back at both picks No. 18 and No. 26. Names like J.K. Dobbins, Jonathan Taylor or Cam Akers could be in play at pick No. 50.

In this scenario, the Bears are only gaining one pick, however, Pace is gaining a fourth and a fifth-rounder for the likes of a seventh-round pick. Give me that return on my investment every day of the week. The best part here too is that the Bears are only moving back six picks in the second round.

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If you go back up to the first trade package, this is similar to the Baltimore Ravens trade package, but even better because Pace is getting a fourth and a fifth to go with the second-round selection opposed to just earning a fourth. When doing the math on this one, Pace comes out looking pretty good again with a return of 404.1 on the draft scale while sending back what accounts to 401.

What do you think? Do you want Pace to move back in this draft? Would you take any of these trades if you were running the team on Draft Day?