Mocking first 48 picks with 2 Chicago Bears picks

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33. Jacksonville Jaguars, Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia 

The Jaguars have to feel good about replacing Myles Jack with a cheaper and younger version in Nakobe Dean.

34. Detroit Lions, S, Lews Cine, Georgia

The Lions rebuild the culture by bringing in some of the toughest dudes from the Georgia defense. Cine is a tone-setter, and exactly what Dan Cambell wants.

35. New York Jets, Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa  

The Jets outside zone scheme is the perfect fit for a center who fell too far.

36. New York Giants, Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State 

The Giants continue to let Wink Martindale put his hands on his new defense.

37. Houston Texans, Andrew Booth, CB, Clemson 

The Texans are building the roster with premium positions like a pass rusher, tackle, and corner.

38. New York Jets, George Karlaftis EDGE, Purdue  

39. Chicago Bears, George Pickens, WR, Georgia

This one is pretty self-explanatory and we have gone into Pickens many times pre-draft. He fits with Justin Fields in plenty of ways, and Ryan Poles noted that the depth of the draft is not a wide receiver, meaning he may want to get his guy now.

40. Seattle Seahawks, Matt Corrall, QB, Ole Miss

The Seahawks wait but end up with their top quarterback.

41. Seattle Seahawks, David Ojabo, Edge, Michigan

The Seahawks can let Ojabo take the year to rehab and come back next year when the team is in line to compete.

42. Indianapolis Colts, Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

The debate of Christian Watson against George Pickens will go on for years if Chris Ballard ends up with Watson.

43. Atlanta Falcons, Devonte Wyatt, DL, Georgia

Off-field issues follow Wyatt, but Atlanta pursued Deshaun Watson and is the local team.

44. Cleveland Browns, Arnold Ebekite, Edge, PSU

An excellent pass-rushing threat joins Myles Garrett.

45. Baltimore Ravens, Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

It is hard to see Gordon falling much farther than this.
46. Minnesota Vikings, Travis Jones, DL, Uconn

The Vikings get a big man who can penetrate up-field.
47. Washington Commanders, Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

Washington seems set to hit wideout and secondary with their picks, and with a wideout in the first round, this one is easier.

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48. DeMarvin Leal, DL, Texas A&M

The Chicago Bears have been adamant about drafting a 3-technique. They want their DeForest Buckner type player and tried to do it with Larry Ogunjobi. It did not work and has them scrambling for his replacement. Leal makes plenty of sense because he can move up and down the line. He is also one of the younger linemen in the class, and between Leal and Pickens, Ryan Poles is able to get two underclassmen in a draft that skews older.