2. Justin Fields, Chicago Bears
It was a few weeks without him, but Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields returned to action Sunday against our Lions and reminded us why he can be one of the most exciting and dynamic quarterbacks in football.
The fact that some folks even wanted to entertain the Tyson Bagent narrative is pretty funny. Watching Fields run for over 100 yards on this Lions defense should reminde everyone why he is, without a doubt, "the guy" in Chicago.
His rushing ability is far superior to Dobbs, and he's also got a much better passer rating than Dobbs as well (93.3 versus 84.7). For those who have bought into the criticism of Fields, please stop it. He looked electric on Sunday. His long touchdown pass to D.J. Moore should prove to all of the critics that he can, indeed throw the football.
If he can find a way to play well down the stretch, there shouldn't be any doubt that Fields is still the man for the job in Chicago.
On the season, Fields has thrown for 1,370 yards, 12 touchdowns and six interceptions while rushing for 341 yards in seven total games. He's been impressive, but continues to be hampered by play calling and failed leadership around him.