7. DJ Wonnum, DE, Vikings
Quietly, DJ Wonnum has developed into a really good player for the Minnesota Vikings over the last handful of seasons.
He had eight sacks this past season, and has 20 sacks over the last three years combined. Four of his career sacks have come in six games against the Green Bay Packers, in which Wonnum has seven total QB hits.
Some other team's pro scouting department has hopefully done the proper homework on a guy like Wonnum, who could be an asset for just about any defensive front around the league.
8. Darnell Mooney, WR, Bears
Aside from building around DJ Moore and seeing what they've got in Tyler Scott, it feels like the Chicago Bears could do somewhat of a reset at the receiver position this offseason.
Chicago has a number of pending free agents at receiver, including Darnell Mooney, who has a 1,000-yard season to his name. The Bears were not able to get that consistently out of Mooney, and you might consider it a failure on their part to properly develop/involve him.
Of course, there are a variety of factors at play there.
Although some of the stats haven't been other-worldly, Mooney has more points (14) against the Green Bay Packers than any other NFL team. Hopefully, he'll find a new home outside the NFC North in 2024.