Justin Fields wants to “take over” the NFL

The Chicago Bears are on a mission to help Justin Fields improve this season. This is their short term goal. As for the centrist himself, his aspirations are much higher. He said even before joining the team that he wanted to be great. His uncompromising work ethic since then shows just how committed he is to the cause. His teammates noticed how locked up he had become, almost to the point of possession.

No one has seen him more than Darnell Mooney. The broad receiver for the Bears’ third year is on his way up the NFL ladder. He and Fields seemed to have developed a strong relationship last season, and their harmony only got stronger in recent months. Mooney can see what the midfielder really wants. He’s not interested in being the best quarterback in recent Bears history or even in the division. His sights are set on top of Douri Mountain. ESPN’s Courtney Cronin revealed his words.

“He wants to take over the league,” Mooney said. “He really is Justin Fields. He wants to be the best quarterback in the league. He made a move to be there. I have incredible faith he’s going to be there, and his success is my success. So, as long as he’s doing well, I’m doing well, we’re all doing well. “.

Justin Fields’ support system is much stronger now.

People keep hitting bears for not doing enough to help him in the off-season. This is not entirely fair. They upgraded the center with Lucas Patrick, added a Byron Pringle-mounted slot receiver, and more versatility in the Velus Jones. All while Mooney is a 1,000-yard receiver, Cole Kmet is a 600-yard tight end, and the running game still features David Montgomery. This idea that abuse is devoid of talent is not true.

This is before discussing the technical staff. Anyone with eyes could see Matt Nagy and his staff unaware of how to properly manage an offense. Luke Jitsi brings a clearer identity. They’ll run the ball, make use of a lot of play games, and play to Justin Fields’ biggest strengths. If the bears stick to this approach, an improvement can be expected. Fields was at his best by playing and proving dangerous any time Survivor had him move in and out of a pocket.

If the offensive line can protect it, the results will be much better this year. Not everything will be perfect right away, but with time and patience, things should start to click. Once that happens, there may be nothing stopping it.

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