The Chicago Bears have announced Justin Fields as the team’s new starting quarterback, and supporters are ecstatic.
There’s a lot of relief in Chicago now that the Chicago Bears have decided to go with Justin Fields as their starting quarterback. People were expecting Nagy to pull the plug on Andy Dalton, who started the year as the No. 1 option.
Now it’s Fields’ turn, and everyone is excited to see what he can accomplish with the ball for the rest of the season. For the first-round pick, the question of whether or not he will lead the offense out on the first drive is no longer an issue.
Justin Fields being named the starter is welcoming news across Chicago
Fields will get another chance to show everyone what he’s made of this weekend when the Bears take on the Raiders in Las Vegas. People are excited to see what Fields can accomplish.
#Bears QB Justin Fields says his parents wanted to go out last night to celebrate him becoming the starter.
Fields said no and just wanted to watch film and get ready for the game on Sunday.
His parents went out without him.pic.twitter.com/WM8NN1w7KY
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) October 6, 2021
Somebody slapped some sense through his visor!!! LETS’S GOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
— skczy (@SKCZY) October 6, 2021
THIS MUST BE A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.
MATT NAGY’S EGO HAS BEEN DEFEATED
— Sam (@Sam__219) October 6, 2021
If you ask the decent citizens of Chicago, Nagy’s decision took much too long. Since Week 1, he has consistently stated that Dalton is his starting quarterback as long as he is healthy enough to play.
However, something appears to have changed, and Nagy is eager to see what Fields can do for him the rest of the season. In four games, including two starts, the 2021 first-round pick has thrown for 347 yards, no touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Fields is 1-1 as a starter, with a loss to the Browns in Week 1 and a win over the Lions in Week 4. Now, he’ll go up against Las Vegas on Sunday and try to pull off a big win.