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Justin Fields Chicago Bears post-mortem. Some interesting quotes


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21 minutes ago, y2k8 said:

 

"one guy who didn't like him said a thing"

could have been a disgruntled wide receiver, could have been the water boy.

we just don't know!

Probably DJ Moore.  He hated having a career year w/ such a dumb meanie.

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1 hour ago, y2k8 said:

 

"one guy who didn't like him said a thing"

could have been a disgruntled wide receiver, could have been the water boy.

we just don't know!

 

1 hour ago, Matt39 said:

And as a receiver who’s spent his career with Blake Bortles, Trubisky and Fields, the vet Robinson may be the most qualified subject when it comes to quarterback processing.

 

1 hour ago, Matt39 said:

“You’ve got to be able to see it all at once,” Robinson says,

i think its safe to say it was the WR Robinson

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49 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

There is a reason he sucked for 3 years and is a backup now.

It was obvious when he was at Ohio State he was a one read guy who got stats throwing to future NFL All-Pro WRs getting 5-10 yards separation on every play

 

and he has always seemed like a d ck in real life in every interview.  Yes, a lot of successful professional athletes are not nice people in real life but Fields the entire time something seemed off with the guy.  Anyway, he’ll be cruising around as a backup next 6-7 years before he retires

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2 hours ago, y2k8 said:

"one guy who didn't like him said a thing"

could have been a disgruntled wide receiver, could have been the water boy.

we just don't know!

I believe Justin Fields sucks fits so these sources check out.

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1 hour ago, varjet said:

Could you substitute “Justin Fields” for “Zach Wilson” and write a similar article?

Major Difference was there were very few on this site clamoring for Zach where the Total Opposite could be said who were yearning for fields.

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3 hours ago, JustInFudge said:

Probably DJ Moore.  He hated having a career year w/ such a dumb meanie.

DJ Moore is one of the best WRs in the leauge and maybe the most underrated player in the leauge.

By your reasoning zach wilson is awesome becasue of Garret Wilsons success.

This story is zero surprise to anyone who actually watched this guy play over the last 3 years.

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3 hours ago, Augustiniak said:

I mean for most failed qbs isn’t processing usually the reason

It is, because the majority of these guys have the talent but the QB position is just a different animal once the red jersey comes off.

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1 hour ago, Joe Jets fan said:

Why can’t coaches recognize this before drafting QBs that lack a processor ?

Because a lot of these QB's play at schools that simply dominate the opposition. Look at Zach he's a prime example. QB's get to think in a 3 second window.... they get to evaluate pre snap sure but defenses can disguise coverages and mess with their heads the Question is at some point rather quickly QB's who can process quick start to get it , others just continue to flounder around and the pressure starts to mount making it even more difficult on them. Its just a really tough position to play and I don't think there is any real way to evaluate how a player thinks or the speed in which they do it.

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2 hours ago, varjet said:

Woody and others like to talk about “arm talent,” but the most important body part for a QB is between the ears.  

100%

im sick and tired of hearing about "arm talent" or "he can make all the throws" . look at Brock Purdy. how bad could his arm talent and such be to be the last one picked in the draft. but he has it between the ears.

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I watched a bunch of Bears games down the stretch last year and I’ve legitimately never seen a QB have no pre-snap idea of where to go with the ball like Fields. Every play looked like an end around with a pass option. How did they not pick up on that in the pre-draft process? 

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8 hours ago, jetsfan4life72 said:

Or figure out if the guy is coachable/a dbag.

Remember when Dan Orlovsky had to go on an apology tour after pointing this out before the draft 

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Just saw this stat, kind of crazy for stupid slow cant process mean leader playing in the worst circumstances in the NFL. 

Justin Fields has a passer rating of 92.2 with 2,036 yards, 13 touchdowns and 5 interceptions in his last 10 games in his career.

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Wait, this was Allen Robinson?   The slow sh*tty receiver who sucks ass and only had one good season playing 20 pts from behind every game w/ the Jags?  hahahahah  He was there w/ Fields was rookie!  lmfao  This was 3 years ago.  lmfao.  Since then, Justin Fields has entered the record books, has an exhibit in the HOF and Allen Robinson has done????  hahahahha

Ya'll stupid AF.  Legit.  Going to be hilarious when he wins a SB or two w/ the Steelers. 

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10 hours ago, Smashmouth said:

It is, because the majority of these guys have the talent but the QB position is just a different animal once the red jersey comes off.

But that’s the problem - the concept of talent is off base.  Who is more talented - chad Pennington or zach wilson?  Clearly the processor with an average arm (let’s say pre shoulder surgeries) means more talent than having a sick arm.  Idk about guys like travis and pratt but i wouldn’t be surprised if one of those guys does as well over the long term as one of the guys picked in the top 12.  

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12 hours ago, Joe Jets fan said:

Why can’t coaches recognize this before drafting QBs that lack a processor ?

Because for the most part you can succeed in college without it - the windows are wider and you can win plays with late decisions and arm talent - so it's hard to tell from the game tape whether the top guys have it or don't. 

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