1. Chase Claypool lands softly with the Miami Dolphins
Of course, in a situation where the Pittsburgh Steelers win and the Chicago Bears lose, it does not end there. The Miami Dolphins somehow come out of this a winner. They move down like ten spots in the sixth round to get a free look at Chase Claypool.
If Claypool does nothing, it costs them nothing. However, now Claypool is working with Mike McDaniel, who will use his upside and not ask him to do things he struggled with. Think about how much Mike Gesicki blocked for the Dolphins last year and how much the Bears asked Claypool to block. The Bears were asking too much of him.
Now, the Dolphins replace Gesicki and get a big body in the red zone which contradicts the smaller size of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. So, Claypool won because he did not want to be in Chicago, he got out, and he got on a winning team with a coordinator who will use him. The Dolphins win with a cheap look at Claypool. The Pittsburgh Steelers won; they got George Pickens and Joey Porter Jr. The Chicago Bears lost. Like the Charlie Brown line, they got a rock.