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The Chicago Bears made one of the most significant moves in recent NFL history.
They gave up the first-overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft in return for a massive haul from the Carolina Panthers, including a new WR in D.J. Moore.
But more than that, that move officially put an end to all speculation about Justin Fields’ future with the organization.
There were rumors about the Bears considering moving on from Fields to draft either C.J. Stroud or Bryce Young, which will obviously no longer be the case.
That’s why former quarterback-turned-analyst Dan Orlovsky believes that this move will officially put Fields in the MVP conversation for the next couple of seasons.
Orlovsky explains that the Bears have finally put Fields in a position to be successful.
.@danorlovsky7 believes the Bears trading down will help Justin Fields:
“Justin Fields will play MVP-level football for the next two seasons.” pic.twitter.com/XBdQGMxe6A
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) March 13, 2023
They can revamp their offensive Line, meaning Fields will finally get some time and space to operate after being sacked over and over since he first entered the league.
Justin Fields silenced most of his critics in the second half of last season.
He was a beast coming out of the backfield and was the best running quarterback in the league in the final stretch of the campaign.
Now, he’ll have three legit weapons in the passing game in Moore, Chase Claypool, and Darnell Mooney, and a team that clearly believes in him.
The Chicago Bears have plenty of cap space, and there will be no room for excuses anymore.
They need to do right by Fields, and he must deliver results.
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