Justin Fields fumbles are an overblown narrative used by many Chicago Bears haters

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I think it is well-known by now that I am a Justin Fields supporter and believer. It should also be known that I am of the mindset that if Ryan Poles (or Kevin Warren should Poles be fired -- he won't be) decides to move on from Fields, I'm perfectly fine with it. Caleb Williams (and Drake Maye) is an amazing prospect and selecting him first overall wouldn't be a bad thing. I just prefer the idea of Marvin Harrison, Jr. paired with DJ Moore, Justin Fields, and likely another top-10 prospect from the 2024 NFL Draft. Trading down again could also be an option, but it likely means no Harrison.

When we talk about Justin Fields on social media, there are usually two sides that speak up -- not those who fall in the in-between like myself. There are those who believe Justin Fields can do no wrong. They come up with excuses for every little thing when someone points out a flaw or mistake Justin Fields made. Then, on the flip side, there are those who think Fields is trash and nothing more than a glorified running back.

The Chicago Bears have a decision to make soon about Justin Fields

Not long ago, after the first Minnesota Vikings game, I posted a tweet that stirred up a great deal of conversation. It was discussed on local sports radio and shared multiple times. The tweet was simply the stats of Justin Fields over his last 17 games (excluding the half he played against Minnesota).