The Chicago Bears think they have the quarterback of the future.
After selecting Justin Fields in the first round of the 2021 draft, the Bears hoped that Fields could solve their QB issues.
While he struggled throwing the ball in his first two seasons, the Bears seemed confident going into the third-year jump to Fields.
According to NFL Insider Jeremy Fowler via Daniel Greenberg, Fields has been “slinging it” this season.
“People I’ve talked to outside of Chicago say Justin Fields has been ‘slingin’ this season and has a good handle on the Bears’ offense. He’s changing plays at the line of scrimmage and owning it. Feel good about taking.” things.”
, @JFowlerESPN on ESPN
— Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) June 18, 2023
Fields takes command of the offense and looks comfortable changing plays at the line of scrimmage.
This upcoming season is one where Fields is expected to further establish himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the NFC.
Many fans are happy to see that Fields is taking more control of the offense.
Changing plays on the line is music to my ears https://t.co/TFYJaIIvDg
— I want $ (@bxnji8_) June 18, 2023
The Bears have a chance to be a sneaky good team in 2023.
They have a strong roster and have added a key skill player in DJ Moore this season.
At this point, beer has to be bought at Fields.
He improved from the first year to the second year and can make a big jump in the third year.
love hearing this!! In The Fields We Trust!! https://t.co/6UBqf9gBBe
— Russell Snyder (@RJSNY34) June 18, 2023
He is an elite athlete and running will always be a major part of his game.
But the Bears will need to rely on his arm to win the game.
This is a passing league and Fields can be a great passer.
This doesn’t sound like RB to me 🤷🏽♂️ https://t.co/kXXkwEDNDT
— Justo (@Young_Justo) June 18, 2023
The NFC North is set to take off this year with Aaron Rodgers now out of the division.
Maybe it’s time for the Bears to reclaim the division title.
love it https://t.co/cJDC8MKw7C
— Gregory Bell II (@bobbybushay713) June 18, 2023
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