Grading each Chicago Bears NFC North rival’s first round draft picksVincent Pariseon April 29, 2022 at 1:00 pm

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The Chicago Bears did not have a pick in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. They sent it to the New York Giants in order to move up last year and select Justin Fields out of Ohio State University. It was a great trade for them as they got their quarterback but not having a pick this year hurt.

It is going to be the first time that the new general manager Ryan Poles is in charge of the draft selection. He and his new staff (including new head coach Matt Eberflus) are set out to get this team back to its winning ways.

It is going to be interesting to see how the Bears handle things when they come up to pick in the later rounds of this draft. It will all start for them on Friday when they have two picks in the second round.

The rest of the NFC North is trying to better their teams as well. The Green Bay Packers have dominated the division for most of the last 20 years while the Bears and Vikings are almost always either mediocre or bad. As for the Lions, they are on the come up but things have been bad there for a long time now.

The Chicago Bears have some interesting teams playing with them in the NFC North.

After the first round, each team made different moves that included trades and draft selections. It is going to be fun to see how each of these moves pans out for each of them. Here is a grade for each team’s first-round as a whole:

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