Chicago Bears trade for DeAndre Hopkins in one of these deals

Chicago Bears, DeAndre Hopkins (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
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Chicago Bears, DeAndre Hopkins
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If a single fourth-round pick doesn’t get it done, then the Bears could up the ante just a little bit by offering both of their fourth-round selections in this years draft. The Bears pick at number 103 and then again at number 134, which would give the Cardinals two ripe opportunities to find a starting-caliber player at both spots.

We have to remember, although some might view this as an overpay, the Bears are getting a wide receiver who has consistently gone over 1,000 yards seemingly in his sleep. Hopkins has even surpassed the 1,200-yard mark five times in his career, and that’s been a career halfway-filled with nobodies at quarterback.

It wasn’t until Hopkins was in his fifth year that he received the gift of catching passes from a younger Deshaun Watson. For the first four years of his career, Hopkins was catching passes from the likes of Brian Hoyer, T.J. Yates, Ryan Mallett, Brock Osweiler and Brandon Weeden.

Fields is a different breed. He’s got the potential to be special, like a young Watson was. The Bears giving up two mid-round picks for a guy who could change the face of the offense is nothing by comparison.