When the Chicago Bears traded up to draft quarterback Mitch Trubisky, it shocked the NFL World. If you don’t believe me, just ask the Vikings’ Twitter account.

The Vikings — Chicago’s divisional rival — seem to be fine with potentially facing Trubisky twice next year (they could start the season with Mike Glennon at quarterback, but plans tend to change after bad starts and having Mike Glennon at quarterback will create a bad start).

Minnesota won’t pick until the second round as they traded their first round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles as part of the Sam Bradford trade.