Justin Fields

  • Height
    6' 3"
  • Weight
    227 lbs
  • Hand Size
    9 1/8" (12th)
Justin Fields headshot
  • Draft Pick
    1.11 2021
  • College
    Ohio State
  • Age
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Justin Fields Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Pass Yds Comp % YPA Rush Yds Pass TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 2 28 191 53.6% 6.8 48 (1 td) 2 12.2 (#24)
2021 12 270 1870 58.9% 6.9 420 (2 td) 7 11.4 (#31)
  • College QBR
    92.1 (98th)
  • College YPA
    9.2 (82nd)
  • Breakout Age
    20.5 (57th)
  • SPARQ-x

Justin Fields Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


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Justin Fields ADP

Average Draft Position (2022)
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11.08 Pick
QB16 Rank

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Justin Fields Injury History

Games Missed
Injury Reports
Ankle sprain
Week 15 (2021)
Rib fracture
Week 11 (2021)

Justin Fields College Stats

Year Games Pass Atts Pass Yds YPA Comp % Pass TDs Rush Yds Age School
2018 12 (QB) 39 328 8.4 69.20% 4 266 20 Georgia
2019 14 (QB) 354 3,273 9.2 67.20% 41 (3 ints) 484 21 Ohio State
2020 8 (QB) 225 2,100 9.3 70.2% 22 (6 ints) 383 22 Ohio State

Who is Justin Fields

Justin Fields’ tantalizing skillset matched with his 6-3 228-pound frame emboldened the Chicago Bears to trade up from the No. 20 pick to the No. 11 to select Fields in the 2021 NFL Draft. His rookie season was a roller coaster, though. Despite the investment in the young Fields, the Bears insisted on starting the veteran Andy Dalton to start the season before handing the rookie the keys to the franchise in Week 3. However, between a series of different injuries (cracked ribs in Week 11, an injured hand in Week 14, and an ankle sprain in Week 15. He missed four games in total. His play left plenty to be desired too. He finished 31st among quarterbacks in QBR, 22nd in deep ball attempts, and 33rd in true passer rating. That wasn't all his fault though. Between a subpar coaching staff, a number of drops and a protection rate that finished 34th among quarterbacks, Fields did not get much help in his first season.

There is still reason for excitement, however. Justin Fields ranked No. 2 amongst qualified quarterbacks with a 10.1 Air Yards Per Attempt average. He finished with 420 (No. 5) rushing yards, 72 (No. 6) carries, and 10 (No. 15) red zone carries. A new coaching staff and front office helmed by former Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus and former Chiefs Executive Director of Player Personnel Ryan Poles should set Fields up for more success under his rookie contract than the previous regime. Optimism is on the horizon for the promising Bears quarterback with a fresh start coming in his second season, where he should improve upon QB31 fantasy finish from a year ago.