The Chicago Bears are a mess right now, and you have to think that some big-time changes are coming this off-season. Playing in the lowly NFC North, the Bears should end up in the first half of the first round next year, and with the pick, they should look to bolster their defensive line.
Yes, Justin Fields needs more weapons, and the team still needs to figure out if he is the franchise guy moving forward, but this defensive line in Chicago is atrocious. One player they could target for the interior is Bryan Bresee, who I believe is the best defensive tackle in this draft and would be a big addition to a very bad Bears defense.
The Washington Commanders saw quarterback Carson Wentz suffer an injury this past weekend, and all signs point to him missing at least four games. With that said, they may be better without him, as he has not been a premier player for some time now, and has had some success under Taylor Heinecke.
When it comes to needs, the quarterback spot is one of them, but here, they decide to add a weapon to help Wentz next season. That weapon is Michael Mayer, the best tight end in this draft class, and a player who is affectionately referred to as “Baby Gronk.”