4. Chicago Bears
Maybe the most fun idea out of them all would be to place Jonathan Taylor in the same back field as Justin Fields. The Bears probably wouldn't be Super Bowl-bound by any means, but that offense would go from one with potential to one that could actually be explosive, pushing to be a top-10 unit.
This obviously depends a lot on whether or not Fields takes the next step as a passer in his third season, but adding Taylor to a back field that led the NFL in rushing last season? Now that's a heck of an idea.
The Bears saw David Montgomery leave via free agency, and thus gave Khalil Herbert the lead role. Chicago signed D'Onta Foreman to back up Herbert, along with drafting Roschon Johnson out of Texas who looks like a future stud that could take over starting duties next year.
But, if the Bears offered a package like Herbert and a second rounder, maybe that's enough for the Colts to bite on. Herbert averaged 5.7 yards per carry last year on 129 totes and has two years left on his rookie deal. That's a pretty strong reason to like Herbert returning in the deal.