3 sneaky trade-back scenarios for the Chicago Bears with the no. 2 pick

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Trade Number 3: The Chicago Bears assists the New York Giants in making a difficult decision

Like the Jets, the New York Giants have been another pleasant surprise this season. The hiring of Brian Daboll has been a positive for quarterback Daniel Jones, although the team still has a tough time finding legitimate receiving options that can stay healthy.

Giants fans may feel better about Jones this year, but if the team ends up missing the postseason after a strong start to the year, one possible outcome could see them make the tough decision to let go of Jones and pursue a franchise quarterback.

Having to move up even higher than the Jets, the Giants would pay a fortune. But, if it meant landing what they saw as a sure fire franchise quarterback, maybe they make a move like this.

The Bears, again, could still find a great player moving back to pick 23. But, adding another two first rounders in the future is big. In addition, they would add another second rounder this draft and next, plus a sixth to work with later on this year’s draft.

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Moving back past pick 20 might seem too far to some, but Poles’ ability to find talent at any point in the draft should give fans peace of mind. Any of these deals give Chicago a plethora of draft capital to build all around Justin Fields.