2024 Super Bowl predictions: WWE superstar Seth Rollins’ pick; explains why Bears should keep Justin Fields
LAS VEGAS – The Chicago Bears have a big decision to make regarding the most important position in the NFL that seems to have so many people on different sides of the fence.
In a few months, the Bears front office will have to choose between keeping quarterback Justin Fields as their starter or moving on from Fields and selecting a rookie quarterback with the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.
It seems like everyone opinion on the subjectand WWE Superstar Seth “Freakin” Rollins is no different.
Rollins, a huge Chicago Bears fan, who was in Las Vegas for Thursday’s Wrestlemania XL Kickoff at T-Mobile Arena, offered strong opinions on what the Bears should do with Fields, and in the 2024 NFL draft. is to come. The current and inaugural WWE World Heavyweight Champion also provided Super Bowl picks for Sunday’s game, as well as predictions for the two teams that will meet in the 2025 game.
“I’m a Fields guy, man, I’m a Fields guy,” Rollins said with great emphasis. “I love him, I love what he does, what he stands for.
“I think he has the ability to take a team to the Super Bowl and I’d like it to be my team and not somebody else’s team so I think we’ll continue to build around him and moving forward and if we continue with the progress we have made. this season, next season will look really good.”
If the Bears follow Rollins’ wishes and keep Fields, will they get him another offensive weapon?
“I want (Ohio State WR) Marvin Harrison,” Rollins said. “Yeah, I want Harrison. We can definitely add another extension.”
Rollins is still awaiting an opponent for his belt at WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia (April 6-7). His opponent will be determined at the Elimination Chamber in Perth, Australia, in two weeks.
WrestleMania is WWE’s Super Bowl, but as for the real Super Bowl happening in Las Vegas on Sunday (6:30 p.m. ET, CBS, Nickelodeon and streaming on Paramount+), Rollins likes the Chiefs. “I think like a middle score, like 20-17, 23-17, somewhere around there.”
When asked about next year’s big match, Rollins didn’t hesitate to put the bears in. “I gotta put my bears in the bowl, baby. I can’t sleep on ’em. Let’s go Bears-Bengals.”