Chicago Bears players as Avengers: Endgame characters

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Roquan Smith is Peter Parker/Spider-Man

Every team has a rookie. The young guy who comes in and makes an impact. For the Chicago Bears, it was former first-round pick Roquan Smith. Smith came into his rookie season looking great and looked awesome placed in the middle of this elite defense. The Bears went and got their young guy and he has helped.

The Avengers went out and got their rookie as well. Tony Stark needed some help with dealing with conflict so he recruited young Peter Parker who had been fighting crime as Spider-Man for a few months. You can almost say that Tony saw “tape” of Peter and went out and drafted his guy, and got great results from him.

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Anthony Miller is Scott Lang/Ant-Man

Just like Smith, Anthony Miller is a great draft pick in 2018. He came in and made an impact on the Chicago Bears. He was selected by the Bears in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft and was a noticeable player right away.

Also just like Parker, Scott Lang was recruited by Steve Rogers to join the Avengers. You can also claim he was like the Avengers version of a Draft Pick. The Falcon saw him in action in the Ant-Man movie and told Steve about him when it was needed. Lang, like Peter, made an impact at their battle at the airport in Germany. Miller came in and was a good wide receiver for the Bears.

Both Anthony Miller and Scott Lang hope to have a good showing vs Thanos and the rest of the NFL. They might both be small keys to long term success.