Chicago Bears: Potential replacements for Allen Robinson in the first round

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Chicago Bears, Rondale Moore
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The Chicago Bears could replace Allen Robinson with Rondale Moore

If the Bears were looking for a Tyreek Hill-Esque wide receiver, they would need to look no further. Rondale Moore is an extremely electric wide receiver that is hard to stop with the ball in his hands. Despite being the most electric prospect, he likely is the riskiest too.

Moore hasn’t played a full season since 2018. In that season though, Moore caught 114 passes for 1,258 yards and 12 touchdowns. What makes it crazier is that he did that while he was a true freshman at Purdue. Since 2018 though, Moore has played in only seven games due to injury.

Obviously, with the risk associated with Moore, this doesn’t warrant the Bears spending their 20th overall pick on him. It is too risky for the Bears to replace Allen Robinson with a player that could be a reincarnation of Kevin White to them as White was constantly injured and the Bears took a risk on a player who had a ton of upside but a few red flags.

Moore though could be a complete threat from anywhere. He could be like Hill and be a main wide receiver or he could start as a return man and be a complete threat as that as well. Moore and Mooney would be a killer combination. Teams would both have to monitor their abilities to stretch the field.

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Draft Day Projection: Chicago Bears trade back to 28th overall and select Rondale Moore.

Other options:

  • Kadarius Toney, Florida
  • Nico Collins, Michigan
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC