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    Justin Fields is the Chicago Bears franchise quarterback — or at least the hope is he will be once he is named the starter. We’re tracking the first-round pick’s performance in every game of his rookie season. First starts for Bears QBs: How rookies — and a few veterans — have fared for the franchise in the past 39 seasons Here’s what the data says about other QBs in their rookie seasons Get your daily dose of Chicago sports in your inbox each morning Sign up for Bears alerts on your phone, desktop and inbox to stay current with the latest news Preseason game No. 1: Bears 20, Dolphins 13 The first big boost to Justin Fields mania didn’t arrive until the third quarter Saturday afternoon at Soldier Field. The Bears rookie quarterback evaded Dolphins linebacker Tyshun Render near the 15-yard line, sprinted to his left and then lowered his shoulder to plow into the end zone for an 8-yard touchdown run. Bears fans who likely had been taking deep,...
    Justin Fields scored a rushing touchdown in his debut with the Chicago Bears on Sunday night in a loss against the Los Angeles Rams and fans demanded the team name him the starting quarterback. Fields appeared in a few situations for the Bears to make explosive plays and wake up the offense. In the red zone, Fields would scamper for a 3-yard rushing touchdown which cut the deficit to six points. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM He also was 2-for-2 with 10 passing yards. While Andy Dalton was named the starting quarterback to begin the 2021 season, NFL fans were wondering when the team would defer to the future of the organization. The Rams would win the game, 34-14. EX-NFL QB RAISES EYEBROWS WITH ODD JAMEIS WINSTON TWEETS Dalton would finish the game 27-for-38 with 206 passing yards and an interception. David Montgomery had 108 rushing yards on 16 carries with a touchdown. Marquise Goodwin had four catches for 45 yards. Los Angeles picked up the win in front of fans at SoFi Stadium for the first...
    Chicago Bears: Setting realistic expectations for Justin Fields in year one Usayd Koshul September 6, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Expectations in the NFL are necessary, especially when a franchise drafts a rookie quarterback. The same is the case for the Chicago Bears, who drafted Justin Fields with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. Throughout the offseason, Fields has continued to impress but Chicago’s coaching staff has yet to name Fields the starter. The Bears know what they have in Fields. An immensely talented quarterback who’s been labeled a “generational talent” by Ohio State head coach Ryan Day. Fields has everything needed to win rookie of the year and with a 17 game season, there is certainly an opportunity to produce at a high level. One rookie season Fields can replicate is that of Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. The sixth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Herbert started 15 games as a rookie and passed for 31 touchdowns and...
    Zoe Saldana kisses her hot husband in his native Italy, more celeb PDA of 2021 Mortgage and real estate news this week: Shifting rates and whether to buy or rent Justin Fields may not be the Bears' starting quarterback yet, but Chicago wants to get a long look at him during the preseason. It sounds as if he will play deep into the second half of his first NFL preseason game. Bears coach Matt Nagy told ESPN's Jeff Dickerson that No. 1 quarterback Andy Dalton will play no more than a series or two in the preseason opener vs. the Dolphins. After that, Fields will take over and could play into the fourth quarter. "For Justin, for sure [he'll play] past the halftime," Nagy said. "The mindset going into this is that he's going to get a lot of reps. Does that take him into the fourth quarter? Maybe. . . . The more reps we can get him right now, the better. It's only going to help him." MORE: Why Justin Herbert won't play during 2021 preseason Fields may not...
    see also Bears use Giants’ pick to land Justin Fields in NFL Draft The Chicago Bears traded their next two first-round picks to... For some fans, their team is enough to keep living for. At least this was the case for Chicago resident Scott Morrow, who was shot in the back last month as he walked down the street. As he rode in an ambulance to the hospital, he kept holding on for the thought of Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields, who he believes will be the best Chicago quarterback he’s ever seen. “Within a couple moments, I thought well, I’m 41, pretty much all of Chicago has gone our whole lives without even having great prospects for a franchise quarterback, I can’t die before seeing Justin Fields take the field,” Morrow said on 670 The Score. “I don’t plan to die before he’s a Hall of Famer.” Just met Bears rookie QB and future Hall of Famer @justnfields (as well as his lovely parents)! I can’t believe they came out to to visit a...
    Getty Chicago Bears rookie QB Justin Fields Justin Fields and Micah Parsons have quite a unique bond. The rookie quarterback for the Chicago Bears and the Dallas Cowboys rookie linebacker have had a friendly rivalry going for years, punctuated most recently by several Big Ten showdowns when both were attending college at Ohio State and Penn State, respectively. The friendship that Fields and his fellow rookies share is highlighted in a new documentary series available on YouTube: “Hey Rookie, Welcome to the NFL”, and it features several fun and candid moments between several young players. Featuring Fields, Parsons, Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts and Carolina Panthers defensive back Jaycee Horn, the docuseries follows the four young men in the months leading up to this year’s NFL Draft, complete with footage of each of their respective Pro Days. There are several revealing scenes, including one that showed Fields calling Pitts just before the draft began this year. The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears!...
    New Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields has done everything right thus far during Bears camps, and many say that the QB is going to come out of the gate ready to succeed in the NFL. All Fields has ever wanted to do is play quarterback in the NFL, and it sounds more and more like he will have that chance in Chicago in 2021. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM One thing the Bears would like to see from Fields is the deep ball. The quarterback’s desire to go deep a few times a game will open up the offense for Chicago. "I do think that is kind of in your DNA as a quarterback for sure," Bears quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo said. "You can coach that, but either the player feels comfortable enough in his skill set to push the ball down the field or he doesn’t. You know what I’m saying? "As a coach, you can design plays and try to get guys open at that third level as we call it, you know, and...
    Getty Justin Fields #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes passes against the Clemson Tigers in the first half during the College Football Playoff semifinal game at the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 01, 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Justin Fields might’ve only been the fourth quarterback taken in the 2021 NFL draft, but it would seem at least a quarter of the league believes the Chicago Bears got the best of the bunch — even over No. 1 overall selection Trevor Lawrence. Following Fields’ selection earlier this spring, NFL Network insider Cynthia Frelund shared some of the insights she gleaned from her conversations with various team scouts about the 2021 draft, including an unexpected revelation about how the league’s scouting personnel viewed Fields as a prospective pro quarterback. According to Frelund, of the 16 team scouts that spoke with her, eight of them considered Fields to be the best quarterback in the incoming rookie class, rating him better than all three of the passers taken before him, which includes Lawrence at No. 1, Zach Wilson...
    Getty QB Justin Fields Chad Johnson has some words of wisdom for Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields. Johnson, who was a two-time All-Pro and six-time Pro Bowler with the Cincinnati Bengals from 2001-2010, never played with Andy Dalton, who arrived in Cincy in 2011. Perhaps that’s why he directed his advice at Fields and not the veteran signal-caller. It’s clear Johnson was being tongue and cheek when he advised Fields to do the following via Twitter: “Justin I’m always open but since I’m busy Allen Robinson is as well, no matter what the play call is you can always change it at the los & throw to him to make year 1 easy,” Johnson Tweeted. Justin I’m always open but since I’m busy Allen Robinson is as well, no matter what the play call is you can always change it at the los & throw to him to make year 1 easy https://t.co/yWyqkiUKIf — Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) June 25, 2021 While Johnson was obviously just having a little fun, he has a point: Allen Robinson is generally always open, and...
    The Chicago Bears signed Justin Fields to his rookie contract this week, and they better take advantage of that four-year window. The Vikings are a tale of why hitting on a quarterback in the NFL Draft can be so important. Rather than drafting a quarterback in 2017, the Vikings signed Kirk Cousins, and have yet to reach their ultimate goal. Cousins is a solid player, don’t get me wrong. He’s often the victim of underserving clout, and this isn’t an attempt to pile on. Yet, he’ll never be considered a top-10 quarterback, and for good reason. He’s paid like one, and it limits the Vikings from adding elsewhere. To put it into perspective how cost effective it is to have a competent QB on a rookie contract…before halftime of their 11th game this season the Vikings will pay Kirk Cousins the exact same amount that the Bears will end up paying Justin Fields over the entire next 4 years. https://t.co/fbEZcapzM2 — Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) June 11, 2021 With Justin Fields signing his rookie deal that could tie him to...
    Getty Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears has big plans for QB Justin Fields. We’re going to be seeing a lot of Justin Fields this preseason. The Chicago Bears plan to give the rookie quarterback plenty of reps in the team’s four preseason games, according to NFL insider Albert Breer. In his June 7 column for Sports Illustrated, Breer shared a few interesting tidbits about Chicago’s plans to bring its rookie quarterback along — and they will likely both delight and frustrate Bears fans. The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Breer: There is No QB CompetitionAccording to Breer, Andy Dalton will be the guy Week 1, just as the Bears have always said he would. Here’s what Breer said about the situation: I think, for the time being, the Bears’ quarterback situation is very status quo. And that’s not to say Justin Fields hasn’t come as advertised—he has. The staff there has seen strong command, confidence and the quiet leadership style he...
    Getty QB Justin Fields All aboard the official Justin Fields hype train. The rookie quarterback for the Chicago Bears is already putting in tons of work to prepare for his first year in the NFL, both mentally and physically, and now the hype videos are coming. Fields impressed virtually everyone in attendance for rookie minicamps, but those lasted just a few short days, and access was limited. Bears fans can still get a glimpse of their new quarterback in action, though, courtesy of a video shared by photographer Simeon Kelly on his Instagram page. It’s just over two minutes long, but that’s long enough to see Fields’ quick release and Marquise Goodwin’s crisp routes. The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Fields Already Getting to Know His ReceiversIn the video shared by Kelly, Fields is seen throwing to new Bears wideout Marquise Goodwin, who he has been working out with in his spare time this offseason. The two seem to be developing a nice...
    Getty QB Justin Fields. Larry Borom may already be ahead of the curve. The rookie offensive lineman was selected by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round (151st overall) out of Missouri, and in his first interview with his new team, he revealed he had already met and had been working out with new quarterback Justin Fields. Borom met Fields this past spring in California while training at Proactive Sports Performance, and the two got to know each other. In his first interview as a Chicago Bear, Borom shared details of training sessions with Fields, his thoughts about his new quarterback and what his future may hold in the Windy City. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Proactive Sports Performance (@proactivesp) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Proactive Sports Performance (@proactivesp) The latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Borom on Fields: ‘He’s Going to Do Extra’“As a person, he’s a real friendly, goofy guy,” Borom said...
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