Which player would each NFC North division foe steal from the Chicago Bears?

If the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, and Minnesota Vikings were allowed to steal one player from the Chicago Bears, who would it be, and why?

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Earlier in the offseason, we did a post that suggested adding a player to the Chicago Bears from their division foe. So, why not try the shoe on the other foot? Who would they add if all of the NFC North rivals had to choose a player from the Chicago Bears?

The main options here will be Justin Fields, Tremaine Edmunds, D.J. Moore, Jaylon Johnson, T.J. Edwards, and Jaquan Brisker.

Green Bay Packers would add D.J. Moore from the Chicago Bears

There are a few ways that you could go with the Green Bay Packers. However, they do have a defense built pretty well. If there were any defensive position for the Packers to add a Chicago Bears player and upgrade, it would be safety. Both Eddie Jackson and Jaquan Brisker would be on the table and would be upgraded.

On the offensive side of the ball, the line is good enough that it is tough to find a great option. Nate Davis and Darnell Wright are nice additions but have questions about their new homes. Cole Kmet would start at tight end, so the question is whether Kmet, Brisker, or Jackson would influence the Packers that D.J. Moore will.

Christian Watson had a good rookie season but relied on a lot of big plays and sometimes busted pays where Aaron Rodgers bought him time. Romeo Doubs was up and down as a rookie, and Jayden Reed is a rookie. They have enough invested in the youth of this room that you make a strong case for one of Brikser of Jackson being better.

Still, Moore would make that group so much better, and would make the lives of the younger players much easier. He is the best addition the Green Bay Packers could make.