Week 1 of the Chicago Bears‘ 2022 season literally cannot get here fast enough. We have reached the point in the offseason where we, as fans, are having fervent debates over the team’s third-string quarterback. The month of May, for football fans, is the equivalent of being locked in a house with your extended family for four months and told you can only discuss religion and politics. At some point, you’re going to blow the roof off the place, and for our Bears family locked in Twitter for the past four months, that time is now.
One debate that has persisted this offseason is whether the Bears have done enough to support Justin Fields, their 2021 first-round draft pick. Sure this debate has taken other forms like “do the Bears believe in Justin Fields?” or “will Ryan Poles look to move on from Fields after this season?” However, the root of these debates can be traced back to one simple question: “have the Bears done enough to support Justin Fields?”