Grades and analysis for each pick made by the Chicago Bears in the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Chicago Bears were an interesting team heading into the 2020 NFL Draft as they only had a few picks at their disposal after trading for Khalil Mack in 2018. This offseason, they lost some key players such as Kyle Long, Prince Amukamara, and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and didn’t have a great amount of cap space to work with. That said, they added veterans such as Germain Ifeadi, Jimmy Graham, and Robert Quinn.
And given the uncertainty of Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback, they opted to bring in some competition for the young quarterback by way of Nick Foles, who they traded for from the Jacksonville Jaguars.
As for their needs draft, the Chicago Bears had quite a few. Going into the 2020 NFL Draft, they were suspected to be in the market for a quarterback to battle it out with Foles and Trubisky. Given their losses and regression of play along the offensive line, many thought they would target tackle and guard. And with the lack of quality depth at tight end, the Chicago Bears were thought to address that position as well.
With other needs at positions such as cornerback, receiver and pass rusher, the Chicago Bears made do with the capital available. Here are the grades for the Chicago Bears picks from the 2020 NFL Draft.