Justin Fields shows incredible maturity with his postgame apology

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The Chicago Bears are a bad football team with a terrible roster. To be honest, they are even worse than their abysmal record of 3-8 shows. They have one or two extra wins because of the fact that their quarterback has been good.

They also traded Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn who contributed to some of the early season success. Clearly, this is a team building for the future starting with Justin Fields under center. It is going to take some time, effort, and development to reach their goals.

On Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, the Chicago Bears blew a lead and lost the game by a final score of 27-24. Justin Fields played great and used his legs to make plays but the team came up just short again.

As the game was coming to a close, Fields was carted off the field. It came out after that he was dealing with a shoulder injury that could be bad and could be fine. We are waiting to hear his status for this upcoming week against the New York Jets.

On Tuesday, a quote from Justin Fields started surfacing. He apparently apologized to the team because the offense failed to get it done after the defense set them up to win.

Of course, we know that Fields was playing extremely hurt and is the main reason that they have even been competitive games this year but it is a good look. Apparently, it made a good impression on the team that he did that.

Justin Fields is a very good leader for the Chicago Bears organization.

The fact that he took accountability even though he has been amazing even though the roster is bad, the team doesn’t help him stay on his feet, he is hurt, and they are a losing team really goes a long way. It is obvious that he has the leadership needed to be a starting quarterback in the NFL.

Once his play gets even better, the team adds more help for him, and he gets healthier he will be able to make this team very good. There is a lot of potential with this guy and the Chicago Bears are lucky to have him.

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