Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Round 4 best case scenarios

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We continue to look at the Chicago Bears and their best case scenarios for each round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Now, we’re on to Round 4.

Fans of the Chicago Bears should be more excited for the 2019 NFL Draft than any draft in recent memory. For me, I can honestly say there hasn’t been a draft in my lifetime which I have been more excited for.

But, that’s crazy, right? The Bears only have five picks in this year’s draft and don’t even begin picking until Round 3. How is that possible.

Put it in perspective, folks. A year ago, the Bears were coming off an embarrassing 3-year run with former head coach John Fox. They had holes in their roster which were impossible to ignore. The wide receiving core was non-existent. The tight end group was non-existent. The pass rushers were without Khalil Mack.

Chicago had to go into the 2018 offseason locked and loaded with big plans, and Ryan Pace delivered.

Fast forward to this year, and the Bears are coming off a 12-4 season, winning the NFC North and have absolutely zero voids within the 22 offensive and defensive starters. Pace and Matt Nagy can truly go into this year’s draft with the mentality that they should be drafting the best player available.

The Bears’ first pick comes at no. 87 in the third round. Following that selection, they do not pick again until no. 126. Fortunately, Pace is a wizard when it comes to the middle rounds. When he and the Bears are on the clock in the fourth round, who makes the most sense? Which players could fall?

Those are the big questions. Every year, players get drafted way too high, thus causing others to fall. When that happens this year, who could the Bears steal away in the fourth round? Let’s look at the best case scenario for the Bears and which players might be sitting there at no. 126.