Chicago Bears' 4 takeaways from Justin Fields' appearance on "The 33rd Team" podcast

Justin Fields joined he 33rd Team podcast with Amon-Ra and Equanimeous St. Brown to discuss the Chicago Bears, and Fields got open and honest.

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Chicago Bears Takeaway No. 4: Justin Fields shows Steelers and Falcons love

In a few instances on the St. Brown brothers' podcast, Justin Fields showed love to teams other than the Chicago Bears. Since he understands the likelihood of him playing somewhere else, maybe he was saying these things to lure teams in.

The two teams who received the most love from Justin Fields were the Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons. Coincidentally, both of those teams have been linked to Justin Fields in one way or another.

Justin Fields' Steelers praise

"[Acrisure Stadium] was lit, too, with the Terrible Towels my rookie year. Pittsburgh was lit Monday Night.”

Justin Fields' Falcons praise

“Atlanta would be tough. I think [the Falcons] got a lot of playmakers on the team. Of course, Bijan [Robinson]. They’ve got my boy Kyle [Pitts], and then of course, Drake [London], too. They probably need one more receiver, but they’ve definitely got some guys over there. And, their defense was good this year, too.”

When looking at the two quotes side-by-side, there seems to be a clear favorite among the two of which team Justin Fields could want to play for. And that team is the Atlanta Falcons.

The Falcons have been linked to Fields for many reasons, one of which being that Fields is a Georiga-native. Along with that, the playmakers on the Falcons would give Fields an array of different weapons, which wasn't always the case with the Chicago Bears.

For the fans who enjoy watching fun offenses, the idea of Justin Fields with the Atlanta Falcons would constitute a fun offense.

As for Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears, it seems like just a matter of time before the two break-up and go their separate ways. There's a pathway to both sides leaving the deal richer, and that's the ideal situation.