“When [quarterback Justin Fields] surprisingly remained on the board … the Bears pounced, jumping up from No. 20 to 11 to secure the dynamic dual-threat’s services,” Filice wrote. “The vibe in Chicago instantly flipped: Hope sprung!
“… Pace moved up again on Day 2 to grab [Teven] Jenkins, a violent tackle who was routinely projected as a first-rounder in Mock SZN. Suddenly, the arrow’s pointing up for the Bears.”