Chicago Bears: Stealing one player from every Division Name foe

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Justin Jefferson, Chicago Bears
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2. Chicago Bears would steal Justin Jefferson from Minnesota Vikings

This one is probably too easy. Justin Jefferson is not only the best player on the Minnesota Vikings; he is one of the best players in the entire game. There are few players who change the game the way he does, and when you think of the Vikings' run last year, you immediately think of Jefferson.

To be fair, Danielle Hunter would be a great addition. Like Aidan Hutchinson, he is in the biggest position of need. Still, Justin Jefferson is not competing with St. Brown or Moore, we know that he is a tier better than those guys.

Christian Darrisaw is probably the next player that had to be considered. He is an up-and-coming left tackle and would be a significant upgrade over Braxton Jones. The combination of Darnell Wright with Darrisaw would be something to build around for a long time.

Still, Jefferson changes games in ways that others do not. If the Chicago Bears could get anything for Chase Claypool, they could go into the next season with Jefferson, Moore, and Darnell Mooney. Then, in 2024, it would be Jefferson, Moore, and Tyler Scott. This would be one of the best units in the NFL. That type of upside is hard to pass up, even if the need is greater elsewhere.