2 sleeper targets for the Chicago Bears at No. 43 in the NFL Draft

Brycen Hopkins, Bears, NFL Draft
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The Chicago Bears are going to be one of the most interesting teams to keep an eye on throughout the NFL offseason. After failing miserably to live up to the Super Bowl aspirations set for them prior to the season, they missed the playoffs and ended up with an 8-8 record.

A large part of their struggles had to do with the poor quarterback play from Mitchell Trubisky. That has led to a ton of rumors that the Bears could look to acquire a quarterback. They have been linked heavily to Cincinnati Bengals’ veteran Andy Dalton as a potential trade target.

Outside of the quarterback position, there are a few positions that general manager Ryan Pace needs to focus on. If the Bears want to get back into the playoffs in a stacked NFC, they need to bring in some talent in free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft.

Chicago does not have a first-round pick in the draft this year due to the trade that brought in Khalil Mack. Due to that fact, they will need to find an impact player in the second round at No. 43 overall.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at two sleeper picks for Chicago with that selection.