3 NFL Draft moves from the NFC North that Bears fans can laugh at

Because that's the whole point.
2022 NFL Draft - Rounds 2-3
2022 NFL Draft - Rounds 2-3 / Kevin Sabitus/GettyImages
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At this point, what is there left to say about the draft? Ever since the Bears took Caleb Williams first overall – and then Rome Odunze eight picks later – last Thursday night, all anyone has done is analyze, discuss and day dream about all the different possibilities that the two transcendent players bring to the Bears.

But, as it turns out, there's something more fun than imagining what it'll be like to watch the first decent quarterback in Chicago Bears history. And yeah, they may actually get a 4,000 yard passer this year (or perhaps more realistically, in the next couple of years), but there's something even more enjoyable than that: making fun of other teams. At the end of the day, the NFL Draft is really about comparing how the Bears did versus how the rest of the NFC North did, and then laughing about it. Misguided trade-ups and weird decisions are what make the NFL content world go around, and this year didn't disappoint.

So while there have been tons (and tons, and tons) of grades already handed out, that's not what this is about. This is about something more special than "passing yards" and "touchdowns" and "winning games." This is about arbitrary bragging rights. This is about taking wild guesses about future outcomes, believing them with all your heart, and using that as fodder to make fun of other teams. The true spirit of sports, you might call it. These are the three NFL Draft moves from the NFC North that Bears fans can laugh at.