Chicago Bears: 3 trade packages with Dallas to move into the top 10

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The Chicago Bears get to keep a future first-round pick in this scenario

In this trade scenario, the Chicago Bears do not get anything else in return but the ability to move up 10 spots in the first round. What is nice about this trade though, the Bears do not have to give up a future first-round pick. Instead, Ryan Pace eliminates a third-round pick from the 2021 NFL Draft and then sends a second-round pick next season.

With the draft simulator running again, this trade would have never truly happened. Kyle Pitts actually fell to 10 and there is no way Jerry Jones would have let him go. For the sake of this, we are going to pretend he did not fall, because let’s face it that is not likely. In this simulation, it was Trey Lance who fell and once again Ryan Pace would decide to move up to grab him.

With the loss of a draft pick, there is no reason to look any further with how this draft would have played out. I would prefer to see the Bears land Mac Jones instead of Trey Lance, but again I am not keen on moving up this high for either of them.

The other options who were on the board included Rashawn Slater (OT), Christian Darrisaw (OT), Christian Baramore (DL) and Trevon Moehrig (S).