Justin Fields

QB · Chicago Bears

Height 6'3" Weight 228
DOB 1999-03-05 Age 24.9
College Ohio State

2023 Fantasy Rankings

QB # 9 (Tier 2) · ADP (12-team PPR): 5.01, 49th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2
Tier 2
7Trevor Lawrence, JAC924.34.1219.9
8Daniel Jones, NYG1326.810.0120.1
9Justin Fields, CHI1324.95.0121.8
10Deshaun Watson, CLE528.48.0716.9
11Tua Tagovailoa, MIA1026.09.0121.1
1 NFFC (12-team PPR)
2 2022 season, Half PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Justin Fields Could Fetch Second- Or Third-Rounder

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    According to NFL executives, if the Chicago Bears indeed decide to trade quarterback Justin Fields this offseason, the majority opinion is that Chicago would receive a second- or third-round pick in the upcoming draft. It's looking more likely that Fields will be dealt and the Bears will take USC QB Caleb Williams with the first overall pick. "There's a reason they're moving on," an executive pointed out. Fields has amazing rushing ability and physical traits, but he still needs to improve his field vision to anticipate throws, and the former first-rounder's inconsistent accuracy remains a concern. He finished with a career-high 61.4 completion percentage in 2023 and has 6,674 passing yards, 40 TDs and 30 picks in his career. Despite his deficiencies, the soon-to-be 25-year-old is still young and will have QB1 upside in 2024, and perhaps even more upside with a new team.

    Mar 1 · Source via NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Caleb Williams Would Be "Excited" If Bears Draft Him

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    In an interview with ESPN, top 2024 NFL Draft quarterback prospect Caleb Williams said he'd be "excited" if the Chicago Bears drafted him in April. For months, there have been rumors that Williams would like to avoid being taken by Chicago, but he has never suggested it himself. "If I get drafted by the Bears, I'll be excited," Williams said. "If they trade the pick, and I get drafted by someone else, I'm just as excited. Speaking about Chicago, they have a talented team, a talented offense and defense. For anyone to be in that situation, I think they'd be excited." Williams is set to meet with the Bears, Washington Commanders, New England Patriots, Las Vegas Raiders, Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapaport. He will take part in meetings, but he has opted out of participating in on-field work this week. The Bears must decide if they want to continue rolling with Justin Fields at quarterback, or potentially trade him and make the former USC star the future of the franchise ahead of the 2024 season.

    Feb 28 · Source via NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • GM: Bears to make QB call as quickly as possible

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    Bears GM Ryan Poles said Tuesday that he has "no master plan" to reveal on the team's decision at quarterback but that he understands the weight of the uncertainty on Justin Fields and wants to move "as quickly as possible."

    Feb 27 · ESPN NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Could Trade Justin Fields Before Free Agency

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    Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Poles said on Tuesday that if the team decides to draft a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick this year, he doesn't think it would be right not to trade quarterback Justin Fields before free agency on March 13. No official decision has been made by Chicago, but all signs are pointing to the team moving on from Fields and drafting USC's Caleb Williams as their next franchise QB. Teams such as the Steelers, Falcons, Patriots, Raiders, and Broncos figured to be interested in Fields if he becomes available. The 24-year-old missed time due to injury in 2023, but he looked improved down the stretch and still has QB1 appeal in fantasy because of his elite rushing ability. A move out of Chicago and to a new offensive system could make him more attractive as well.

    Feb 27 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Latest On Steelers' QB Situation, Possible Justin Fields Pursuit

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    Last week, we heard that the Steelers were interested in re-signing quarterback Mason Rudolph and having him compete with 2022 first-rounder Kenny Pickett to be the club’s starting signal-caller. Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that, even if the Steelers are unsuccessful in their pursuit of a Rudolph re-up, the club will not consider […]

    Feb 26 · Pro Football Rumors Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Fields Kenny Pickett Mason Rudolph
  • Justin Fields Says He Wants To Stay In Chicago

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    During an appearance on the St. Brown Bros podcast, Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields, who has been the subject of trade rumors since the Bears secured the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft, said on Wednesday that he wants to stay in Chicago. "If it was up to me I would stay in Chicago. I love the city. The city's lit. The fans there, they're great. But it's a business. I ain't got no control over it, so whatever happens happens," Fields said. The 24-year-old said the Bears haven't informed him what they plan to do. Multiple teams, including the Falcons, will surely be interested in the dual-threat QB if the Bears indeed plan to trade him. Fields missed some time with injury in 2023 but showed improvement late in the year and will almost certainly be in play as a QB1 in fantasy in 2024, perhaps even more so if he's traded.

    Feb 21 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Raiders Interested In Acquiring No. 1 Overall Pick; Antonio Pierce Addresses QB Search

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    Believed to be close to finalizing their plan at quarterback, the Bears are viewed as more likely to trade Justin Fields than part with the No. 1 overall pick. The team has a rare opportunity atop the draft, and Fields may not have shown enough for Chicago to pass on taking a passer at No. […]

    Feb 21 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Las Vegas Raiders Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Gauging Justin Fields' Trade Value, Expected To Finalize QB Plan By Combine

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    Ryan Poles broke with tradition by moving the No. 1 overall pick before free agency last year. The Bears and Panthers finalized their swap involving the 2023 top selection on March 10. It does not look like Chicago will delay its latest decision involving a No. 1 choice much longer. Both Poles and president Kevin […]

    Feb 20 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Mike Tomlin A Big Fan Of Justin Fields

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers may just be a quarterback away from being real contenders in the AFC. They have just about everything else they need, from ample skill players to an improving offensive line and three legitimate, game-changing stars on defense. At the very least, Pittsburgh will apply pressure on incumbent Kenny Pickett with a QB acquisition via trade or free agency this offseason. ESPN's Adam Schefter pointed out that head coach Mike Tomlin is a big fan of Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields, so the Steelers could be one of the teams most interested in potentially trading for Fields if the Bears decide to hold onto the No. 1 overall pick in the draft to select USC's Caleb Williams. A move to Pittsburgh would make Fields extremely intriguing as a QB1 with upside in fantasy.

    Feb 20 · Source via Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Fields Kenny Pickett
  • Kevin Warren Addresses Justin Fields' Status

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    The Bears’ journey to determining their 2024 starting quarterback continues. After the team reached an agreement to trade the No. 1 overall pick to the Panthers before free agency started last year, fans should be on the lookout for a Justin Fields move soon. The Bears trading their three-year starter and keeping the pick remains […]

    Feb 16 · Pro Football Rumors Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Discussed Pairing Justin Fields With Rookie QB; Falcons On Trade Radar?

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    When discussing the Bears’ upcoming draft plans, much of the discourse has surrounded two scenarios: they trade the No. 1 pick and continue building around Justin Fields or they trade Fields and select a rookie quarterback with the first-overall selection. There could now be a third scenario: the team keeps Fields and they still select […]

    Feb 14 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Chicago Bears Atlanta Falcons Justin Fields Desmond Ridder
  • Bears Want Historic Compensation For No. 1 Pick

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    If the Chicago Bears end up trading the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL draft, it's going to take a historic haul of draft picks and overall compensation, according to sources. In the words of another source, it would have to be "crazy." The Bears received the No. 1 overall pick in a blockbuster trade last offseason with the Carolina Panthers and are more likely than not to make the pick and land their new franchise quarterback. USC QB Caleb Williams is expected to be the top overall pick. If Chicago takes him, they would almost certainly trade Justin Fields to the highest bidder in what should be an active market. The Bears were happy with the improvement Fields made in 2023, but the rare opportunity to pick first overall could trump that. If Fields stays, he would almost certainly require a contract extension at some point soon. Chicago also has the No. 9 overall pick in 2024.

    Feb 10 · Source via NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Latest On Bears' Quarterback Decision

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    The Bears would fetch far more by trading the No. 1 overall pick than by trading Justin Fields. Though, other advantages — the prospect value of Caleb Williams and having at least three more years of a rookie contract to build around — still look to be pointing the Bears in the direction of starting […]

    Feb 8 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Hiring Thomas Brown As Pass-Game Coordinator

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    The Chicago Bears are hiring former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Thomas Brown as their passing-game coordinator on Tuesday. Brown worked previously with new Bears offensive coordinator Shane Waldron when they were with the Los Angeles Rams as part of Sean McVay's coaching staff in 2020. Brown was also with the Rams in 2021 and 2022 before running Carolina's offense this past season. He interviewed for the Tennessee Titans' head-coaching job and for the offensive-coordinator positions with the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots before getting hired by Chicago. Brown had an uphill battle as the offensive coordinator for the Panthers in 2023. In 2024, it remains to be seen if he'll be working with quarterback Justin Fields, USC's Caleb Williams or North Carolina's Drake Maye in his first year with the Bears.

    Jan 30 · Source via Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Patriots, Saints Interviewed Shane Waldron; Bears OC Moving To Assemble Staff

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    The Bears decided on Shane Waldron as their offensive coordinator Monday and announced the hire today. Chicago’s move came after Waldron generated extensive interest elsewhere. Three other teams pursued Waldron or were planning to do so. The Saints and Patriots met with the three-year Seahawks OC prior to his Bears commitment, according to NewOrleans.football’s Nick […]

    Jan 23 · Pro Football Rumors Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears New England Patriots New Orleans Saints Justin Fields
  • Bears Working Towards Deal To Hire Shane Waldron

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    The Chicago Bears are working towards a deal to hire Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron as their new offensive coordinator on Monday, according to sources. The 44-year-old spent the last three seasons running the Seahawks' offense and is now expected to land in Chicago. The Bears have the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft with a big question looming as to whether they will continue with quarterback Justin Fields as their franchise signal-caller or pivot to take USC's Caleb Williams first overall in the draft. Waldron will replace Luke Getsy, who ran Chicago's offense the last two years. Seattle's offense ranked 17th in points per game (21.4) and 21st in yards per game (322.9) in 2023, while the Bears ranked 18th in points per game (21.2) and 20th in yards per game (232.2).

    Jan 22 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Kliff Kingsbury Expected To Interview With The Bears

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    Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury, who is currently a senior offensive analyst and quarterbacks coach at USC, is expected to interview for the Chicago Bears' offensive-coordinator job, according to sources. USC quarterback Caleb Williams is expected to receive strong consideration to become the Bears' No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft, so it would only make sense to consider hiring the coach that worked closely with him in his final collegiate season. Kingsbury finished above .500 just once in his time as the Cardinals' head coach from 2019-22. If the Bears hire Kingsbury, it would be a tip of their hand that they plan to move on from Justin Fields and go with Williams at No. 1 overall in the 2024 draft.

    Jan 18 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears To Interview Panthers' Thomas Brown For OC Job

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    Multiple NFC offensive coordinators are on the Bears’ radar. Chicago, which dismissed Luke Getsy after two seasons as their play-caller, are looking at the staffs of teams that recently fired their head coaches. Already eyeing the Seahawks’ Shane Waldron, the Bears are set to interview Panthers OC Thomas Brown. The young assistant will interview for […]

    Jan 17 · Pro Football Rumors Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Carolina Panthers Justin Fields
  • Bears Have No. 1 Pick In 2024 NFL Draft

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    The Chicago Bears locked up the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft last week -- the Bears own the Carolina Panthers' first-round selection this year. The Washington Commanders hold the No. 2 selection after finishing the regular season with an eight-game losing streak. The Bears have several directions they could go. General manager Ryan Poles could trade back from No. 1 again to build around quarterback Justin Fields, who showed progress down the stretch in 2023. But if Chicago isn't sold on Fields as their franchise QB, Poles could add USC QB Caleb Williams at No. 1 overall and then look to trade Fields this offseason. Washington should have a shot at either Williams or North Carolina QB Drake Maye at No. 2 overall. At No. 3, the New England Patriots, now without head coach Bill Belichick for the first time in 24 years, could also look to draft their next franchise QB.

    Jan 16 · Source via NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Interview Greg Roman For Offensive-Coordinator Position

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    The Chicago Bears interviewed former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman for their vacant offensive-coordinator position on Monday, according to a source. The Bears are searching for a new offensive coordinator after firing Luke Getsy following the regular season finale. Roman was the offensive coordinator in Baltimore for four years, including when quarterback Lamar Jackson won MVP in 2019. His offenses have typically been heavily run-oriented, which would likely mean more designed runs for Bears quarterback Justin Fields, if the organization decides to stick with him as their franchise QB. Before coaching with the Ravens, Roman served as the offensive coordinator with the San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills.

    Jan 15 · Source via Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears To Interview Klint Kubiak For Offensive-Coordinator Position

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    The Chicago Bears plan to interview San Francisco 49ers passing-game coordinator Klint Kubiak for their offensive-coordinator job, according to sources. The Bears are looking to replace Luke Getsy after they fired him following two seasons running the team's offense. Kubiak is the son of Super Bowl-winning head coach Gary Kubiak and previously was the Minnesota Vikings' offensive coordinator in 2021. He's worked with quarterback Kirk Cousins and has been working with Brock Purdy in San Francisco, but he could be tasked with improving Justin Fields or a rookie QB in Chicago if he's hired by the Bears. The Bears have also requested permission to speak with Seattle Seahawks OC Shane Waldron for the same position.

    Jan 11 · Source via Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers Justin Fields
  • Bears Request To Interview Shane Waldron For Offensive Coordinator

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    The Chicago Bears have requested permission to interview Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron for their offensive coordinator position, according to a source. With Pete Carroll out as head coach for the Seahawks, Seattle's assistants are now available, and the Bears are moving quickly after firing Luke Getsy, who had served as Chicago's offensive coordinator for the last two seasons. The Bears' new hire for the position will be their 13th offensive coordinator in 26 seasons and the third in the last four seasons. Waldron took over in Seattle in 2021 after four years with the Los Angeles Rams. It remains to be seen what the Bears plan to do with quarterback Justin Fields, as they could keep him and build around him in the upcoming draft or use the first overall pick in 2024 to take USC QB Caleb Williams.

    Jan 11 · Source via Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Fire OC Luke Getsy, Four Assistants; Matt Eberflus To Stay

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    Ahead of the Bears’ seminal quarterback decision, they will have a new play-caller. The team is firing two-year offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero. The Bears are also moving on from quarterbacks coach Andrew Janocko, per Pelissero. It does indeed appear Matt Eberflus will be back. After Ryan Poles […]

    Jan 11 · Pro Football Rumors Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears GM Backs Justin Fields, Acknowledges Team In 'Unique Situation'

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    Last year, the Bears made a bold move centered around confidence in Justin Fields. The team traded the No. 1 overall pick before free agency, becoming the first team to knowingly trade a No. 1 choice before April since the draft settled in that month in 1976. A year later, GM Ryan Poles will survey […]

    Jan 10 · Pro Football Rumors NFL Draft Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Fire Luke Getsy, Andrew Janocko

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    The Chicago Bears have decided to keep head coach Matt Eberflus around in 2024, but they fired offensive coordinator Luke Getsy and quarterbacks coach Andrew Janocko on Wednesday, according to sources. Getsy spent the last two years running Chicago's offense. They finished 28th in total offense in his first year in 2022, including dead-last in passing, and improved to 20th in total offense in 2023. However, they still struggled through the air and finished 27th in the league in passing. The big question entering the 2024 season is whether Chicago will stick with Justin Fields under center or try to draft USC's Caleb Williams with the first overall pick. Fields had his best run late in the season, racking up 336 yards of offense in an upset win over the Lions in Week 14, and they broke 400 total yards twice in the final month.

    Jan 10 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Matt Eberflus Expected To Return Next Season

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    After extensive meetings on Monday and Tuesday, the Chicago Bears are not making a head-coaching change, and Matt Eberflus officially is expected to return for the 2024 season, according to league sources. The news comes after the Bears fired offensive coordinator Luke Getsy and quarterbacks coach Andrew Janocko on Wednesday. The big decision for Eberflus and Chicago's front office will now be to decide whether quarterback Justin Fields is still their franchise QB or whether they should take USC's Caleb Williams with the first overall pick in this year's draft. Eberflus went 3-14 in his first year as head coach for the Bears in 2022 and followed it up by improving to 7-10 in 2023. He's going to need to be better in 2024, and his decision on Fields will most likely be the deciding factor.

    Jan 10 · Source via Coaching Carousel Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Fields has 'no regrets,' says his goodbyes 'in case'

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    Bears QB Justin Fields, facing an uncertain future with the franchise that drafted him three years ago, bid an early goodbye to the city of Chicago on Sunday "in case this is my last rodeo."

    Jan 8 · ESPN Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Quiet In Season Finale

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields scored at least 20 fantasy points in four of his first six games after returning from a hand injury, but he couldn't end the 2023 season on a high note. The former first-round pick completed 11-of-16 passes for 148 yards while rushing eight times for 27 yards in the team's 17-9 loss. This was just the third time all year in which Fields totaled less than 200 yards in a full game, despite the matchup seeming favorable before the game. With the Bears owning the Panthers' first-round pick in 2024, which will be number one overall, there are serious questions about whether the team should look to extend Fields or take Caleb Williams first overall. After a rocky start, Fields strung together some strong games and benefited from the addition of DJ Moore. Although he didn't end the 2023 season on a high note, Fields will give the Bears a tough choice this offseason.

    Jan 7 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • The Bears Have Not Come To A Decision On Justin Fields' Future

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields has an uncertain future with the team, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Bears via their trade with the Carolina Panthers have the number one pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Per Rapoport, the team will evaluate the incoming QB class as part of their draft process. This has been a major talking point amongst league circles for the last few months as it became more and more clear that Chicago would capture the number one pick. Fields, for his part, has elevated his play significantly over the last six weeks but his future as the Bears' starting quarterback is not guaranteed. Rapoport also mentioned that Chicago has financial considerations as they could trade Fields, instead of extending him, and pay another potential franchise rookie QB less money. Either way, this solution to this issue won't likely play out until the NFL draft. It's sure to be a hot topic throughout the NFL offseason

    Jan 7 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Matt Eberflus Expected To Return In 2024

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    There hasn't been official word from ownership or team president Kevin Warren, but all signs are pointing to Chicago Bears head coach Matt Eberflus returning for another season despite speculation from earlier this season about his future, according to league sources. The Bears have won games recently and are playing inspired football and have more draft capital than any other team in the league. They have had enough change in the past to want to try and stabilize things as much as they can. In addition to Eberflus sticking around, the Bears could also decide that quarterback Justin Fields deserves another shot to prove himself as the franchise signal-caller moving forward. If that's the case, the Bears have plenty of draft capital to add solid offensive pieces around him.

    Jan 6 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Looks To End Season On High Note

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields has had a very productive fantasy season, averaging just under 20 points per game. The Ohio State alum has scored at least 20 points in six of his last eight games, with the two misses coming against top 10 defenses in Cleveland and Minnesota. With the Bears in line to have the number one pick, Fields needs to have a good game if he wants to ensure the team opts to build around him instead of getting a new quarterback on a rookie deal. The Bears take on the Packers in the final game of the season, who allow the 20th-most points per game to quarterbacks this season. Back in their Week 1 matchup, Fields finished with just under 16 fantasy points on 275 total yards and a touchdown. The Packers rank 28th in defensive DVOA this year, and Fields has scored at least 20 points in every game against a bottom-10 DVOA defense except Week 1. He ranks as a strong QB1 option for Week 18.

    Jan 5 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Making Bears' Decision Difficult; Team Setting Higher Trade Price For 2024 No. 1 Pick?

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    Barring an unexpected development, Ryan Poles will have the opportunity to consider another trade involving a No. 1 overall pick. The second-year Bears GM is unlikely to be fired, per ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler and Courtney Cronin. But a similar decision awaits him once the season ends. Poles’ 2023 choice equipped the Bears with a haul […]

    Jan 3 · Pro Football Rumors Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Totals Two Touchdowns In Week 17 Win

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields showcased his abilities in Week 17, guiding the team to a convincing 37-17 victory over the Falcons. The former Ohio State standout demonstrated his dual-threat abilities with 20 completions on 32 attempts, amassing 268 yards and a passing touchdown. Fields further solidified his impact, rushing 11 times for 45 yards and adding another touchdown. This performance marked his third game with at least 20 fantasy points in the last four weeks, during which he has scored seven touchdowns. Fields exceeded expectations despite adverse weather conditions, including snow showers, highlighting his resilience. When healthy, the 24-year-old consistently ranks among the top fantasy quarterbacks, capable of thriving in various situations. As the Bears gear up to face the Packers in Week 18, who allow the 18th-most points per game to quarterbacks, Fields remains a compelling fantasy option.

    Dec 31 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields A Good Option For Week 17

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields has been a consistently strong fantasy option when healthy, registering at least 20 points in five of his last seven full games. In Week 16, the Ohio State alum completed 15-of-27 passes for a touchdown and an interception while adding an impressive 97 rushing yards and another touchdown. Fields has showcased his running prowess, amassing at least 50 rushing yards in four of his last five games, solidifying his standing as a QB1 option for fantasy managers throughout the season. In Week 17, the Bears face the Falcons, a team allowing the 14th-most points per game to quarterbacks this season. Despite potentially unfavorable weather conditions in Chicago, Fields' dynamic rushing ability positions him as a solid QB1 choice, ensuring relevance regardless of the playing environment.

    Dec 29 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Totals 267 Yards In Week 16 Win

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields rebounded impressively for fantasy managers in Week 16. He completed 15-of-27 passes for 170 yards, securing a touchdown and an interception in the team's 27-16 victory over the Cardinals. Fields, showcasing his dual-threat prowess, rushed nine times for 97 yards and added another touchdown, contributing to a robust 20-plus point fantasy performance. The Ohio State alum has consistently delivered, scoring at least 20 fantasy points in five of his last seven games, largely due to his dynamic rushing ability. With Chicago winning three of their last four games, except for a road loss to Cleveland, Fields' prospects for a 2024 starting role are on the rise. Looking ahead to Week 17, the Bears face the Falcons, who allow the 13th-most points per game to quarterbacks. Fields remains a compelling option for fantasy managers, backed by his dual-threat proficiency and recent strong performances.

    Dec 25 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Looks For Bounce Back In Week 16

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields faced a challenging outing, held to under 200 total yards for only the second time this season, the first being in Week 3. Despite his generally sound throwing decisions since recovering from injury, Fields threw two interceptions in the Week 15 loss to the Cleveland Browns, but both occurred on Hail Mary plays at the end of each half. The Browns' formidable defense, coupled with adverse weather conditions, hindered Fields' performance. Averaging just under 18 fantasy points per game due to his dual-threat ability, the 24-year-old is poised for a rebound. In Week 16, the Bears square off against the Arizona Cardinals, a team allowing the seventh-most points per game to quarterbacks this season. Fields emerges as a strong fantasy start, looking to capitalize on a more favorable matchup.

    Dec 22 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Leaning Toward Drafting QB, Trading Justin Fields?

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    A host of GMs said last week the Bears’ decision between signing up for another year of Justin Fields or trading their current starter and committing to a quarterback at No. 1 overall would not be especially difficult. No proclamations have emerged for Chicago yet, but signs are pointing toward the rebuilding team starting over […]

    Dec 20 · Pro Football Rumors Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears Receivers Backing Justin Fields

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields got the support from teammates after the team's 20-17 loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 15 on Sunday, which dropped them to 5-9 with a 3% chance to make the playoffs. Fields went 19-for-40 for 166 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions (both on Hail Mary attempts). "Justin is the quarterback of the future," receiver Darnell Mooney said. "He's this franchise's quarterback. He's been balling. I don't understand why it's any more questions of that." The Bears currently have the first overall pick in 2024 and could decide to move on from Fields as their franchise signal-caller after this season. USC's Caleb Williams and North Carolina's Drake Maye could be options to replace Fields as the future under center in Chicago if the Bears decision-makers don't like what they see from Fields over the final three games of 2023.

    Dec 19 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Throws Two Interceptions In Week 15 Loss

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields faced a challenging outing in Cleveland during Week 15, struggling to establish a rhythm. He went 19-of-40 for 166 yards, securing a touchdown pass but also throwing with two interceptions in the team's 20-17 loss. The 24-year-old rushed seven times for 30 yards, and both of his fumbles were fortunately recovered by the offense. The wet conditions posed difficulties for the Bears' offense against the formidable Browns' defense, marking only the second game this year where Fields fell below 200 total yards of offense. Despite setting a season-high in pass attempts at 40, Fields managed just 4.2 yards per attempt, registering a season-worst completion percentage of 47%. As the Bears gear up for Week 16 against the Cardinals, who concede the 10th-most points per game to quarterbacks this season, Fields aims to rebound and capitalize on potential vulnerabilities in the opposing defense.

    Dec 17 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Gets Tough Week 15 Matchup

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields has been very good in healthy games this season, scoring at least 20 points in four of his last five healthy games. Since returning from injury in Week 11, the Ohio State alum has totaled at least 250 yards in every game. In Week 14, Fields scored two total touchdowns, with one being just his second rushing touchdown of the season. The Bears take on the Browns in Week 15, who allow the fourth-fewest points per game to quarterbacks this season. Notably, only two of the seven quarterbacks to play against Cleveland on the road this year finished with 20 or more points, and the other five were all held under 10 points. The Browns have been vulnerable to rushing quarterbacks, as they have allowed five rushing touchdowns by quarterbacks, which is tied for second in the NFL. Fields still ranks as a solid QB option this week because of his dual-threat ability.

    Dec 15 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields Scores Two Total Touchdowns Against Lions

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields continues to excel against the Detroit Lions, achieving at least 20 fantasy points against them for the third time in the last two years and maintaining a consistent performance with at least 17 points in every game. In Week 14, Fields showcased his versatility by going 19 of 33 for 223 passing yards and a touchdown, complemented by 12 rushes for 58 yards and a rushing touchdown in the Bears' 28-13 victory over the Lions. This marked only the second game this year where the Ohio State alum scored multiple touchdowns without any turnovers, a pivotal factor in leading the Bears to success. Notably, Fields has thrown just one interception in his last five healthy games. Heading into Week 15 against the Browns, who allow the third-fewest points per game to quarterbacks this season, Fields remains a compelling option, leveraging both his passing and running abilities to contribute significantly to fantasy lineups.

    Dec 10 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Justin Fields A Strong Option In Week 14

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields tied a season-high 37 pass attempts in Week 12, amassing 217 yards. Despite this, he managed only 10.58 fantasy points, a season-low for full games. The Ohio State alum has achieved 20 or more points in three of his last four healthy games but went without a touchdown pass in two of the previous three outings. In Week 14, the Bears face the Lions, who allow the seventh-most points to quarterbacks this season. In their Week 11 encounter, Fields threw for 169 yards and rushed for 104 yards against the Lions. Fields' rushing capabilities make him a reliable fantasy start, earning him a solid QB1 ranking, especially considering his history of dominance in such matchups throughout his young career.

    Dec 8 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears QB Fields 'focused on what I can control'

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    Justin Fields said Wednesday he won't stress about circumstances that are out of his hands amid speculation about his future in Chicago.

    Dec 7 · ESPN Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Bears To Evaluate HC Matt Eberflus During Offseason; Team Interested In Eric Bieniemy?

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    The Bears have had an up-and-down season in Year 2 under head coach Matt Eberflus. As a result, his name has been floated as a candidate to be replaced this offseason, but it remains to be seen if the team’s front office will authorize a change. Both Eberflus and general manager Ryan Poles will be evaluated after the […]

    Dec 5 · Pro Football Rumors Chicago Bears Washington Commanders Justin Fields Sam Howell Montez Sweat
  • Bears Expected To Have Interest In Eric Bieniemy

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    The Chicago Bears are expected to have interest in Washington Commanders assistant head coach/offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, among others, with general knowledge that current head coach Matt Eberflus is under evaluation with the team at 4-8, according to a source. Eberflus has gone 7-22 as the Bears' head coach since the start of 2022 and would need a drastic turnaround in the season's final five weeks to avoid being fired. Bieniemy could finally get his call as a head coach this offseason, but it might be tough to pry him away from the Commanders if they believe he's the right guy to replace current head coach Ron Rivera, who is firmly on the hot seat in D.C. Bieniemy could be an interesting fit in Chicago if the Bears decide to stick with quarterback Justin Fields heading into the 2024 season.

    Dec 5 · Source via Chicago Bears Justin Fields
  • Quarterback Stats

    SeasonTeamFPtsFP/GGSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2021CHI155.513.01263556.630.528.515927058.9187071036724205.8325
    2022CHI327.421.81591788.746.231.919231860.4224217115516011437.1482
    2023CHI264.820.41382972.843.438.022737061.42562169441246575.3044

    2023

    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1GBL 20-3817.71574100.062.246243764.92161149596.5601
    2@TBL 17-2718.92053100.062.333162955.2211126430.7510
    3@KCL 10-4112.72451100.064.733112250.09911311474.2700
    4DENL 28-3132.3272100.054.239283580.03354144256.2501
    5@WASW 40-2035.8164100.062.540152951.728240311575.1800
    6MINL 13-196.5293553.027.31861060.0580148465.7500
    7LVW 30-120.0-----------------
    8@LACL 13-300.0-----------------
    9@NOL 17-240.0-----------------
    10CARW 16-130.0-----------------
    11@DETL 26-3122.9875100.054.741162369.6169102181045.7800
    12@MINW 12-1012.82470100.070.049273773.021700312594.9202
    14DETW 28-1327.0271100.063.445193357.622310312584.8310
    15@CLEL 17-2013.32673100.064.447194047.51661237304.2900
    16ARIW 27-1627.2270100.051.436152755.617011199710.7810
    17ATLW 37-1727.9374100.058.143203262.526810311454.0910
    18@GBL 9-1710.1264797.950.024111668.81480058273.3800

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 20, 20, 9, 29, 22, 3, 2, 20, 11, 4, 56, 39, 38, 5, 1, 7
    Rushing: 1, 11, 3, 9

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1SFW 19-1015.92358100.048.32881747.112121211282.5500
    2@GBL 10-2710.52741100.046.31971163.6700138202.5010
    3HOUW 23-208.03163100.039.72581747.11060258475.8800
    4@NYGL 12-2011.92662100.046.829112250.01740067527.4301
    5@MINL 22-2919.11250100.058.029152171.42081028475.8800
    6WASL 7-1221.3872100.054.239142751.919011512887.3300
    7@NEW 33-1426.2571100.049.335132161.917911414825.8610
    8@DALL 29-4927.657696.239.231172373.91512048607.5010
    9MIAL 32-3542.0174100.058.143172860.71233021517811.8710
    10DETL 30-3142.1161100.054.133122060.01672131314711.3120
    11@ATLL 24-2725.2769100.056.539142166.715311418854.7210
    12@NYJL 10-310.0-----------------
    13GBL 19-2823.8552100.059.631202580.025402067111.8310
    15PHIL 20-2525.175898.361.036142166.715220615956.3300
    16BUFL 13-3511.1255892.147.630152365.21191027111.5700
    17@DETL 10-4118.01052100.059.63172133.3751171013213.2001
    18MINL 13-290.0-----------------

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 51, 18, 9, 40, 25, 17, 10, 18, 16, 4, 6, 50, 16, 10, 35, 6, 13
    Rushing: 3, 3, 3, 61, 1, 67, 4, 55

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsQB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@LARL 14-346.83157.24.3322100.010000133.0010
    2CINW 20-175.1344264.635.42361346.26001210313.1000
    3@CLEL 6-264.63345100.051.12362030.0680093124.0000
    4DETW 24-1410.43058100.034.520111764.7209011393.0000
    5@LVW 20-910.0306195.335.923122060.0111102341.3300
    6GBL 14-2416.01661100.054.133162759.31741146437.1700
    7@TBL 3-386.02466100.060.640223268.81840348384.7502
    8SFL 22-3328.1370100.052.937192770.41751141010310.3010
    9@PITL 27-2922.1962100.059.737172958.62911138455.6300
    11BALL 13-164.3303050.825.41541136.4790024235.7501
    12@DETW 16-140.0-----------------
    13ARIL 22-330.0-----------------
    14@GBL 30-4522.6862100.067.742183354.52242229748.2201
    15MINL 9-1719.81073100.063.046263966.72851037355.0001
    16@SEAW 25-240.0-----------------
    17NYGW 29-30.0-----------------
    18@MINL 17-310.0-----------------

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 2, 5, 8, 16, 46, 54, 19
    Rushing: 3, 22

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