3. Justin Fields will do enough to make quarterback debates a thing again
Right now, the consensus is pretty clear that Justin Fields has not done enough to warrant the Chicago Bears sticking with him as their quarterback. That can change, though.
Fields has a chance to play well in the final seven games, and if they do end up picking around ten or 11 because they rattled off some wins late, there is a chance that he will enter 2024 as the unquestioned starter for the Bears.
Things are coming into place for him to play well. When he got hurt, he was coming off of his best connection with D.J. Moore. Cole Kmet was trending up, and Darnell Mooney is now healthier than he was in the first month.
Braxton Jones and Teven Jenkins are back, and we may see Nate Davis in the last seven games as well. More than that, the defense is looking better than ever.
So, these next seven games will feature the best offensive line, skill players, and defense that he has seen since being drafted. Things are coming together, and he just has to play well to see the wins come. He can do enough.