Early bold predictions for Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears offenseRyan Heckmanon May 29, 2022 at 12:00 pm

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A year ago, the Chicago Bears were primed to head into yet another season under the reign of Matt Nagy.

The Bears’ offense was stale. It was a train on the road to nowhere, and fast. To have a rookie quarterback like first-round pick Justin Fields was supposed to be a luxury — something many coaches dream about.

Instead, Nagy played games throughout the summer and eventually worked Fields into the starting slot. But, Nagy did no favors for Fields in his rookie season, and now the Bears’ offense is largely a laughing stock based on Nagy’s doing in 2021.

Now under new offensive coordinator Luke Getsy and the leadership of Matt Eberflus, the Bears are hoping to turn a corner on offense. Not only is Fields’ development on the line, but the future of this entire franchise along with it.

The 2022 season is a big one for quarterback Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears offense.

Last year, Fields went through his share of rookie mistakes. But, there is hope for improvement in 2022.

New general manager Ryan Poles may not have done enough in the minds of every fan or analyst out there, in order to support Fields, but this is the quarterback’s time to shine. If Fields is as good as we think he is, it’s going to be up to him to make his teammates better.

If all went according to plan, and as good as it could possibly go in 2022 for Fields, then this Bears offense will look far different — and in a good way.

The 2022 season may not end up with a winning record for the Bears, but Fields and the offense could surprise some people. Erring on the side of positivity and hopefulness, let’s boldly predict some stat lines for the 2022 Bears offense.

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