Bears QB Justin Fields ‘good’ to play vs. Packers



Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields tweaked his knee on this previous Sunday’s 20-9 win over the Las Vegas Raiders that improved Chicago to 3-2 on the season however will not miss this Sunday’s showdown with the 4-1 Inexperienced Bay Packers, an opponent that has gained 4 straight video games. 

In response to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN, Fields instructed reporters Wednesday he’ll be “good” for Sunday’s matchup, and Bears head coach Matt Nagy added his QB1 can be a full participant in midweek practices and “is doing high quality.” 

Veteran and former Chicago starter Andy Dalton briefly changed Fields in opposition to the Raiders however will return to the bench for Week 6 until the first-year professional suffers an surprising setback forward of the weekend. Nagy named Fields his full-time beginning signal-caller final week. 

Fields, in the meantime, admitted he is “excited” about going through Inexperienced Bay’s Aaron Rodgers for the primary time. 

“He is an excellent quarterback,” Fields stated of the long run Corridor of Famer. “He is been enjoying since so long as I can keep in mind. I do know it is gonna be a superb matchup between him and our protection. Our protection has been enjoying properly. I am excited to see him play.”

Up to now, Fields has accomplished 37-of-72 passes for 458 yards with one landing and two interceptions, and he is additionally contributed 59 speeding yards and a rating on the bottom. 




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