Twitter reacts to Bears QB Justin Fields replacing injured Andy Dalton

Twitter reacts to Bears QB Justin Fields replacing injured Andy Dalton

#Bears QB Andy Dalton hobbled along the sidelines and turned up limping … and now Justin Fields is in.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 19, 2021.

Excellent!!! Thats where he ought to stay on the rack!!!
— ❌ Vegas Baby ⚽ (@AdmirD84) September 19, 2021.

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Twitter was callous on Sunday after Chicago Bears starting QB Andy Dalton suffered injury and was changed by Justin Fields..
The trending style in Week 2 of the NFLs regular season is sadly injuries. Whichs definitely something that ought to never ever be celebrated, however thats simply what Chicago Bears fans and Twitter did on Sunday after Andy Dalton suffered a knee injury and was changed by rookie Justin Fields.

I get it, both Chicago Bears fans and fans of the game desire to see Fields at quarterback. Injuries are easily the worst part of the video game and regardless of how anyone feels about a specific player, they are never a cause for celebration.
Im sure that Fields was all set to step-in and accept the difficulty of leading Chicagos offense, however that he wasnt delighted about it occurring at Daltons cost. Perhaps Twitter and Bears fans require a lesson on etiquette.

Todays game was personal for Dalton as it was an opportunity for him to get a win versus the Cincinnati Bengals, a group that he invested 9 years playing for. The league has seen lots of Andy, but praising Fields at his cost makes no sense.

Me: oh Justin Fields is playing because Andy Dalton is harmed.
My mama the Bengals fan: * laughs and claps *.
People, I dont believe my mama has great memories of Andy Dalton.
— Elaine Shircliff (@imaraindancer) September 19, 2021.

Im sure that Fields was prepared to step-in and accept the obstacle of leading Chicagos offense, however that he wasnt delighted about it taking place at Daltons expenditure. Possibly Twitter and Bears fans need a lesson on decorum. Its all enjoyable and video games till its not.

Twitter reacts to Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields replacing Andy Dalton.
I get it, both Chicago Bears fans and fans of the video game wish to see Fields at quarterback. Hes young, amazing and exactly what the Bears required after drafting Mitch Trubisky at No. 2 in 2017. Injuries are easily the worst part of the video game and regardless of how anyone feels about a specific gamer, they are never ever a cause for celebration.
Im looking at you, Twitter.

let me repair that heading for you. Andy Dalton (absence of skill) doubtful to return vs Bengals or at any point this season.
— Harley Schultz (@NewClearHarley) September 19, 2021.