5 Best outcomes for Chicago Bears round 1
1. Any top 5 QB
Yes, even Mac Jones. You can say what you want, but the Chicago Bears would have much more excitement with Jones competing for time against Andy Dalton than Nick Foles. There is an aura around Mac Jones that is a bad QB prospect, but this guy won a National Championship in a similar manner to Joe Burrow last year. He put up great stats in a similar offense to Tua. Those two went top five, why not Mac Jones?
Justin Fields and Trey Lance have been ranked higher by many because they have outlandish physical traits. Players such as Josh Allen and Deshaun Watson come to mind with their playing style.
We know that Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson will be gone. However, whichever quarterback that falls between Jones, Fields, and Lance should be on the radar for Chicago. Jones is a perfect fit, and the upside of Fields and Lance has to be respected.
The Bears can start Dalton, but if things do not go well, Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy can use the rookie quarterback to buy themselves another year with a chance to build around him. If there were ever a chance to get those to back on the good side of Chicago it would be to hit on a QB. To miss on the big five and try for a lower end guy would be the big miss. They have to swing and bring one of those three home.