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Colin Cowherd Criticizes Justin Fields For Comments About Chicago

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Justin Fields is getting no love from analyst Colin Cowherd.

The sports analyst had plenty to say about the Chicago Bears quarterback after his latest comments on the Pardon My Take podcast.

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Fields explained his difficulty with the Chicago weather and that he hopes they get a dome.

“I hope we get a dome,” Fields said. “I don’t care if we’re at Soldier Field, I don’t care if we’re at Arlington Heights. I hope we get a dome.”

While his rant begins with what Fields said about the Chicago weather, it turned into how the Bears should move on from Fields.

“You’re talking yourself into this not working,” Cowherd said.

“I’ve news for you Justin — Chicago’s not getting warmer.”

@ColinCowherd on comments from Justin Fields that he hopes the Bears get a dome

— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) February 17, 2023

The dome concept is something the team has in the works for their new stadium.

With the team having a cold weather climate, Cowherd feels the team needs a cold-weather quarterback.

The winter games in Chicago aren’t their only cold weather games, as they also play the Green Bay Packers each season.

These issues make for significant points in the rant over the quarterback’s comments.

However, the trade deals that Cowherd talks about are a dream for fans of the Bears.

If the trades happen like he tells everyone, it could give the Bears a fair amount of draft picks.

These picks can help the team rebuild, as their offense and defense need playmakers.

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