5 takeaways for the Chicago Bears from Daniel Jeremiah's Mock Draft 1.0

Daniel Jeremiah gives insight into who the Chicago Bears could be selecting with their two first-round picks in his Mock Draft 1.0. How do we feel?

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Chicago Bears' takeaway No. 1: The Bears don't trade out of No. 1 pick

Since becoming the Chicago Bears' general manager, Ryan Poles has made five draft-day trades.

Poles was hired as the Bears' general manager almost two years ago to the day, and there hasn't been a trade where Ryan Poles hasn't left with more than he walked in with.

Yet, Daniel Jeremiah has Ryan Poles taking Caleb Williams with the No. 1 pick.

That isn't the most surprising pick, as Caleb Williams has been touted as being the top prospect of the draft for months; and Daniel Jeremiah saw it that way, too.

This is the pick I'm not too sure about, as it seems like there are three things in this world that are certain: death, taxes, and Ryan Poles trading down in draft on draft day.

But, it seems Daniel Jeremiah thinks otherwise.