The Chicago Bears did not need a quarterback this draft, and leveraged that into a trade with the Carolina Panthers for the No. 1 overall pick, acquiring two first- and second-round picks along with receiver D.J. Moore. Now picking at the Panthers’ original No. 9 slot, and with a new No. 1 receiver on the roster, Chicago should be focused on two positions with that pick: Defensive end and offensive tackle, both of whom should have top prospects available when they go on the clock.