Imagine that in some strange world, the Chicago Bears could steal one player from each of their division rivals. With so many studs to choose from, who should they take?
The Chicago Bears have some talented divisional rivals in the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, and Green Bay Packers. Choosing a player to take from each team is not going to be easy, but the selections will be based on team needs and the level of talent at each position. With so many options, Ryan Pace would have his hands full in this hypothetical selection process.
Could you imagine the Chicago Bears with the likes of some of the players from their rivals in the NFC North though? Although this is impossible, it is a fun thing to think about as sports are basically nonexistent right now. We could all be reading the same things over and over again about the Chicago Bears, but trying to decide on three players from the NFC North to switch from their respective teams into orange and blue seems more fun.
The Chicago Bears have their main team needs at offensive line, quarterback, running back, wide receiver, secondary, and linebacker. Now, we can only take three players total, one from each team, to address these needs. Nonetheless, adding talent to any of these positions would be a plus for the Chicago Bears.
With a quarterback competition in the works, could the team turn to a talent that wipes Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky off the mat? How about attempting to fix an offensive line that no fan seems to trust. We all love Allen Robinson, but could you imagine him and one of the other team’s number one receiver on the opposite side. The options are endless. Which three would you take and add to this existing Chicago Bears’ roster?