Chicago Bears NFL Draft Preview! (Mock Draft)

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Finally discussing what the Chicago Bears should do in the upcoming NFL 2020 draft! Hope you guys enjoy!

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  1. When the Bears pick Hester didn't they pick him to be a DB? And Knox wasn't too bad until he got hurt. But if you pick a receiver that low does it really make that much difference? Their first picks should be O-line but if one of those stud DBs is available go for it!

  2. I hope and pray that the GM in the coach Matt Nagy draft a cup of offensive lineman if the quarterback is not protected how can he throw the ball how can you do his job you must protect the quarterback very very important to see to it that the quarterback is protected

  3. Rule 1 of drafting : always take the best available on the board no matter position. It'll just make whatever postion it is even better bc u have floating pieces with disruption and constant harassing rushing of hicks and nichols or whoever. If hes what's at the top take em but get all baby bear O-lineman who can grow together and get that line chemistry together as the second line. I woyld load up on them this yr. Utilize them and others at FB. We're known 4 having one of the best FBs in the league. The Central Division are known 4 using FBs in the division bc of the changing weather conditions and loading the field up with jumbo lineups in the rain and snow will crush spirits and frustrate the majority pass heavy defenses throughout the league. Ur playing big boy ball then and will force teams to try to adapt to the little guys to the big backs to the juggernaut style of running the ball dwn Teams throats. Teams that get away frm utility guys like that are showing it and the pats, saints, packers, Steelers and 49ers all use FBs. The FS on offense is a very lethal weapon on offense.Tony Richardson, Raymont Harris, and Jason McKie are just to name a few. I'd steal a FB in the 6th. Nobody will see the best FB on the board bc they arent looking 4 em.

  4. We passed on derwin james in 2018. U really would be surprised if we had a shot at grant delpit n didn't take him? Seriously? Derwin James. I think I nearly lost my shit n drove out there n throw someone a beating. N yes deon Bush n all options at cb2 n safety are terrible n they have no business on n nfl defense. Were f'ed.

  5. With the 43rd & 50th picks if Omar Bayless or Jonathon Taylor or JK Dobbins or Douglas Coleman or Evan Weaver are available & we don't take two of those players we're not going anywhere
    And in the 5th round if Anthony Gordon is available we should defiantly pick him up that's my sleeper pick in the draft that dude was on Joe burrow level & nobody talked about him at all.

  6. Delpit would be insane. I wouldnt mind Winfield. A top safety and OL should be the obvious picks for 2nd round. And you can get good ones cause this draft is deep in a lot of positions. Good players will fall into the second round

  7. Why take a safety in the 2nd round? Amos and Jackson (who you obviously like) both came in the latter rounds. Pace has proven he can find safety talent in the 5th round, the priority of the 2nd round should be offense considering that's the side of the ball that struggled mightily in 2019.

  8. Did you just say Johnny Knox and Devin Hester didn't pan out for us? Johnny Knox was showing great promise before that back injury ended his career and Devin Hester was a defender they just moved him over to offense but definitely a Hall of Famer for his speed lol

  9. 2nd..I would take either Josh Jones, Austin Jackson or Albert Okwuebugnam/ Cole Kmet 5th..Antonio Gibson/Robert Hunt/Anthony Gordon 6th Isaih Wright, AJ Dillon or Logan Wilson/Antonio Blackmon 7th Quez Watkins/JR Reed/Dalton Keene

  10. 1.With their first pick they need to take Josh Jones or Delpit if they are there and if not, take best player available or trade back 2. With their 50th depending on the first pick if they get either of the two guys above trade back or if not take O-Line like Cesar Ruiz or maybe Shenault or Hamler if they’re there

  11. I think we should take ceaser Ruiz out of Michigan reminds me of Travis Fredrick and jeremy chinn our of southern Illinois could be the next derwin James but I also wouldn’t mind Cole kmet if he’s still available in the second round and in the fifth round I like Tyler biadasz our of Wisconsin

  12. Beware of LSU safety Grant Delpit, his weakness is tackling. As far as the offensive line goes, Bobby Massie & Charles Leno are here to stay due to signing contract extensions. Plus the Bears spent a 2nd round pick on James Daniels in 2018 & on Cody Whitehair in 2016 & signed Germain Ifedi to take Kyle Long's spot. The Bears biggest needs are TE & RB.

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