Chicago Bears Fans Should Be WORRIED Following The Latest REPORT On Rookie QB Caleb Williams(O)

Caleb Williams of Chicago Bears looking on.
Caleb Williams (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

2024 first overall pick Caleb Williams reportedly had a rough day during Chicago Bears practice on Thursday.Caleb Williams is in the early stages of practicing with his new teammates. Apparently, the 2022 Heisman Trophy winner and former USC Trojans

star had a difficult outing during offensive drills today.Nicholas Moreano of CHGO Bears reports that Williams struggled with his accuracy and almost threw multiple interceptions. In 7-on-7 drills, the 22-year-old completed only three pass attempts and

almost threw a pick to Pro Bowl cornerback Jaylon Johnson, Moreano added.However, Moreano pointed out that rookie Rome Odunze and veteran star Keenan Allen weren’t part of the drills, and that offensive linemen Nate Davis and Darnell Wright didn’t practice. So read into Williams’ struggles as you will.

It’s also one of Williams’ first practice sessions as a professional, so it’s way too early for Bears fans to start worrying. He only turned pro a month ago and needs plenty of time to get his feel for the Chicago offense.

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In his final season at USC, Caleb Williams completed 68.6 percent of his pass attempts for 3,633 yards and 30 touchdowns against five interceptions to go along with 11 rushing scores.

Caleb Williams Is In a Spot To Succeed Right Away

Thanks to the Panthers’ generosity in giving up the top pick to Chicago, Williams is entering a much better situation compared to most rookie quarterbacks. This team finished 7-10 in a difficult NFC North last year, and yet there’s plenty of room for Matt Eberflus’ group to improve.

Williams joins a Chicago offense consisting of perennial 1,000-yard wideout Keenan Allen, superstar DJ Moore, the promising Rome Odunze and two quality running backs in D’Andre Swift and Khalil Herbert.

With all of that talent around him, Williams could easily piece together one of the best rookie seasons in NFL history. And it’s not a stretch to believe that he could take Chicago to the postseason in year one.

Social Media Is Buzzing Over The Enormous Size Difference Between Caleb Williams And Jayden Daniels After The Two Rookie QBs Were Spotted Side-By-Side

Caleb Williams looking on (left). Jayden Daniels pointing at practice (right).

Caleb Williams and Jayden Daniels (Photos via Michael Reaves/Getty Images and Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

NFL fans are losing their minds after an image of the size difference between Caleb Williams and Jayden Daniels quickly went viral.The Chicago Bears used the No. 1 pick of 2024 (via the Carolina Panthers) on Caleb Williams, and

the Washington Commanders used the No. 2 selection on Jayden Daniels. This marked the third time in four years that quarterbacks were taken with the top-two picks.The @JayDaniels MVP X/Twitter account posted an image of Williams and Daniels standing side-by-side. The image of the two went viral because of the noticeable size difference between the last two Heisman Trophy winners:

Fans on social media had plenty of interesting reactions to this incredible image:

Caleb Williams is listed at 6-foot-1 and 215 pounds on the Bears’ team website, while the Commanders list Jayden Daniels at 6-foot-4 and 210 pounds.

The 23-year-old Daniels won Heisman Trophy honors in 2023 after a historic season that saw him complete 72.2 percent of pass attempts for 3,812 yards, 40 touchdowns and only four interceptions to go along with 1,134 rushing yards and 10 rushing scores.

As for Williams, he completed 68.6 percent of pass attempts for 3,633 yards, 30 touchdowns and five interceptions to go along with 11 rushing scores.

Caleb Williams & Jayden Daniels Meet In Week 8

Since Chicago and Washington both finished last in their respective divisions last season, we won’t have to wait long for the first meeting between Williams and Daniels. The Bears are traveling to Washington to visit the Commanders in Week 8, right after Chicago’s bye week.

Chicago’s 2024 regular season opens with a home tilt against Will Levis’ Tennessee Titans, followed by a showdown with CJ Stroud’s Houston Texans on “Sunday Night Football”. As for Daniels, he’ll make his NFL debut on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with the club’s home opener taking place against the New Yor Giants in Week 2.

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