Imagine if the Chicago Bears could add one division rival to their team. Not only would it help them, it would completely wipe away the best chance a rival has of beating the team. Since we are in the offseason and can dream, who would be the best additions to the Chicago Bears from each foe?
3. Chicago Bears would steal Aidan Hutchinson from Detroit Lions
This one is pretty tough because the Detroit Lions are an up-and-coming team. They are good, but they are not quite there yet with the known big-name stars. Still, this one ended up being pretty easy for the Chicago Bears in particular.
Some names that could be used are Amon-Ra St. Brown, Penei Sewell, and Aidan Hutchinson. They have a great offensive line, and Frank Ragnow could be in consideration, but those other names are so big-time it is tough to say otherwise.
St. Brown would be fun to add with his brother, and he does many things the team wants Chase Claypool to do, just a lot better. The team could add him, get more out of Equanimeous, and trade Claypool now.
Sewell would be great if he played left tackle for the past two years. The Chicago Bears hope Darnell Wright is that good next year, but it is hard to turn on the top-ten pick already.
This leaves Aidan Hutchinson. Hutchinson just looks good, and safe after his rookie season. He made some plays off of the football, he fought hard every snap, and he got after it. In year, the Chicago Bears may get him at his best.
Still, this is an easy decision because the team has a huge need at edge rusher. While St. Brown would compete with D.J. Moore for the top dog, and Sewell would unseat a top ten pick, the Chicago Bears need Hutchinson in the worst way. This would feel like a piece that could put the Bears over the top.