The Chicago Bears are entering the 2024 NFL Draft with two first-round picks, one second and third-round pick, and two fourth-rounders. This is an important draft for the Bears moving forward and GM Ryan Poles can fill a lot of holes with these six picks.
The Bears currently hold the first and second pick in the draft due to their trade with the Carolina Panther ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft. With Carolina currently having the worst record this leaves the Bears with a hard decision to make. Do you stay with QB Justin Fields or do you go with the superstar QB out of USC Caleb Williams?
The Chicago Bears could add some serious talent in the 2024 NFL Draft
In this mock draft, the Bears look at Fields and see his improved play from a passing standpoint believe that is good enough, and view him as the team's franchise QB moving forward. So that lends the question, what do you do with the first overall pick?
With the first overall pick, the Bears traded back with the Arizona Cardinals for a haul of draft picks receiving picks 7, 10, 38, and 69 in the 2024 draft, while also receiving the Cardinal's first-round pick in 2025. With the Cardinals likely looking to move on from QB Kyler Murray this offseason trading up for Caleb Williams all but seems like a possibility.