Justin Fields hasn’t had the best start to the season. Teddy Greenstein, PointsBetUSA editor, explained how Fields can become a better QB.
Greenstein believes Fields’ lack of success is not his fault, but rather the result of poor production from the offensive lines. He sees no obvious fault with Fields as a quarterback and thinks he has all the tools he needs.
“I think he has all the tools,” Greenstein said. “I think he has a strong arm, he’s smart. I think he’s working on it, he’s a good leader. There’s no reason he can’t be a successful quarterback in the NFL. With Justin Fields, I don’t see any obvious flaws.
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So far this season, Fields has thrown for 471 yards and 2 touchdowns while throwing 4 interceptions. The Bears are 2-3 with a game up against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Fields spent two seasons with Ohio State in 2019 and 2020 after being traded from Georgia. He recorded 5,373 yards at Ohio State and threw for 63 touchdowns.