Bears star QB Justin Fields discloses his ambitions for the upcoming NFL season, aiming to become “King of the North”

The Chicago Bears ended the 2022 season with a disastrous record in the NFL, going 3-14 and losing their final 10 games. This allowed veteran player Justin Fields to put his contract extension agreement behind him and concentrate instead on the team’s winning streak.

The great quarterback of the Chicago squad has taken on yet another job with a tremendous dream of shining on the big stage and winning the big trophies after successfully finishing training camp and the Bears’ preseason game.

Justin Fields talks about his goals for the next NFL season

The NFL included a clip of the Bears’ superstar in the league’s ongoing “scripted season” advertisements for the league’s 104th season. Fields began the tape by discussing his over 1,000-yard running total from the previous season and the possible benefits to the Bears that rushing for over 2,000 yards may provide.

The undisputed star of the Bears then gave a hint about another incredible performance this year that could make Bears fans insane. The 24-year-old made a brazen assertion that his squad would be the NFL North champion in the meantime. Additionally, he anticipated having the chance to win the Super Bowl.

“I rushed for a thousand yards last year. Picture this. I rushed for 2,000 yards this year. I think I had made a great protagonist. Maybe in the season finale make me a hero. Viewers would go crazy for that. If I make a few more suggestions, I’d say that the Bears become the NFL North champions and a Super Bowl baby. Let’s do it.”

The only Super Bowl the Chicago Bears have won thus far was in 1986. Shaun Gayle, who was a part of the Bears’ lone Super Bowl-winning squad, predicted that Justin would be the next hero to pull it off. The athlete has recently displayed a lot of confidence, which has inspired the fans of the squad to dream of winning a second Super Bowl.

Justin Fields’ performances last season in the NFL

Fields was selected by the Bears with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft following a trade with the New York Giants. The quarterback has been pushing to provide his club with his best ability since his debut season, and he succeeded by throwing for 1,870 yards and seven touchdowns in his rookie season.

Last season, Justin led the Bears to a victory in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers, further demonstrating that the Bears’ decision to draft him was the right one. It represented the fourth-longest touchdown pass in a Bears season-opener and the first touchdown of 50 yards or more in Week 1 since 2011.

He threw a 51-yard pass to WR Dante Pettis in that game to put Chicago on the board. In Week 9 against Miami, he turned in yet another outstanding effort, finishing with a passer rating of 106.7. It was the third-highest passing rating of his career, and it was his second consecutive game with a passer rating over 100.

The legendary quarterback achieved a new level of feat by being the first quarterback in Bears history to post back-to-back games with 100+ rushing yards in the team’s Week 10 showdown against the Lions. He had 132 rushing yards against the Lions in Week 17, bringing his season total to 1,143.

It put him behind only Lamar Jackson’s 1,206 yards in 2019 for the second-most rushing yards by a quarterback in NFL history, ahead of four-time Pro Bowler Michael Vick (1,039 in 2006).

Do you believe the star player will win the Super Bowl for the Bears this year to further demonstrate his value? Let us know your opinions in the comments.

Shabiha Akter

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Shabiha, once a casual observer, has morphed into a die-hard NFL fan. She carefully dissects every play, trade, and strategy. Whether it's breaking down game highlights or predicting playoff outcomes, Shabiha is your go-to source for all things NFL.


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