Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is heading into his second season as the team’s starter, but there have been questions about how effective he will be this season after the team lost wide receiver Allen Robinson to the Los Angeles Rams and saw a number of speedy wideouts like Jakeem Grant and Marquise Goodwin depart in free agency. Up next, full Chicago Bears predictions for the 2022-2023 regular NFL season.
Even though the team replaced the departed receivers with unflashy players like Tajae Sharpe, Byron Pringle and Equanimeous St. Brown, Fields believes they are more than enough to help the Bears achieve their objectives this season.
“We don’t have an Odell [Beckham Jr.] or a Cooper Kupp on our team, but at the end of the day I think if everybody is on their P’s and Q’s, and we’re on top of everything and not making mistakes, the players we have right now are good enough,”
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Fields said last week in an interview with Bleacher Report. “The front office thinks that, too. The fans outside of the facility, they don’t know what’s going on at practice. Just because we don’t have a big-name guy doesn’t mean those guys aren’t talented. I have plenty of confidence in myself and my teammates that we’re going to get the job done.”
You can bet on the Over/Under of games the Bears will win at these legal sportsbooks for NFL. Fields believes 2020 fifth-rounder, Darnell Mooney, who had 1,055 receiving yards as a rookie, is poised to be the team’s top option.
“How hard he works,” Fields said regarding Mooney. “He’s already talented; he’s fast and has great hands. On top of that, he works harder than anybody I know other than myself. A couple nights ago, we were in the facility until 12:30 a.m. going through plays and walking through plays for the next day at practice.”