Justin Fields is ‘ready to lead’ the Chicago Bears offense in 2022

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As Justin Fields met with the media on April 19th, there were a few things to take away from what Fields had to say about his rookie season for the Chicago Bears, as well as what the future had in store.

While Justin Fields’ rookie season left more to the imagination as far as what year two will bring, a lot of what Fields did well got swept under the rug.

Justin Fields is ready to lead the Chicago Bears to greener pastures

That being said, one thing is for certain. Justin Fields is ready to lead the Chicago Bears’ offense moving forward.

And while rumors love to surface about how Justin Fields wants to get traded by the Chicago Bears, Fields proved once again that he’s ready to work in Chicago, and he’s ready to make the Chicago Bears a contending team within the NFC.

After a rookie season that resulted in not-so-great stats, Fields played beyond what his stats show.

And that can be said about just about any player that doesn’t have crazy good stats but is a player that passes the eye test. That’s what separates stat-sheet watchers and football watchers. It makes sense at times to just watch the stat sheet, especially if it’s not the team you root for, but since there are receipts for opinions I make on this website, I try to make sure I’m not just spewing jargon.

And it helps that Justin Fields plays for the team I do root for. A win-win situation, really.

Now, as prompted by the title of this article, there are three reasons to back up the claims Justin Fields made in his press conference on why he’s ready to lead the Bears into this next season and era of Chicago Bears football.