Chicago has a wide receiver of the future in Darnell Mooney. The hope is that Allen Robinson will be another member of the staff for years to come after agreeing to the franchise tag.
The reality is, the writing is on the wall for Anthony Miller after another down season. The former Memphis product was expected to bring stability in the slot. Instead he’s been one of the more inconsistent players.
Some view Florida’s Kadarius Toney as an option at No. 20. Should the Bears bolster the offensive line early, Moore made oodles of sense should he slip this late in Day 2. Despite his 5-foot-7 frame, there’s very little the former Boilermaker can’t do against coverage.
Great against one-on-one coverages, Moore wins in short yardage situations that turn into big gains. His 4.39 speed alone will do damage against any defense up the middle. And while limited inside, Bill Lazor and Nagy could use him in a multitude of ways similar to that of Curtis Samuel and Tyreek Hill.
Purdue’s mascot is a train engine. Remember the book, “The Little Engine That Could”, right? Meet that engine in real-life form.