WATCH: Odell Bekcham Jr. stars in hilarious ad for Uber Eats explaining why Justin Fields never got his $90 order

Free agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. in UberEats commercial (l) and Bears QB Justin Fields (r)
Free agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. in UberEats commercial (l) and Bears QB Justin Fields (r)

Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields and NFL free agent Odell Beckham Jr. might not be connected to one another outside of the NFL. Yet, they might be more connected, especially after an incident involving the Bears quarterback and Uber Eats.

Fields had a tough time getting his meal from the food delivery service. In trying to bring levity to Fields' food ordeal, the free-agent wide receiver shared a commercial for Uber Eats.

Beckham Jr. starred in the funny commercial for the company, showing how his bling could blind someone delivering food. In the commercial, the Super Bowl-winning wideout blinded actor Danny Trejo while driving a car and crashing into some boxes.

While the commercial was funny, Fields spent $90 dollars on his meal, only for it to arrive late.

The former Ohio State star took to Twitter to share his displeasure, which was later deleted:

The city of Chicago is very cold as the month of December. During this time, there's an increase in deliveries with people staying in and not eating out. As a second-year quarterback, he was probably eating and preparing for the Bears' Week 13 matchup versus the Green Bay Packers.

Will Justin Fields have a feast versus the Packers in Week 13?

While the Chicago Bears franchise quarterback didn't have his meal on time, fans will expect Fields to deliver against the Packers in Week 13. The quarterback has faced Green Bay three times in his career. He's thrown for 468 yards, three touchdowns, and four interceptions.

Fields also has 187 yards and a touchdown against the Packers in his young career. Justin Fields faced the Packers back in Week 2 this season at Lambeau Field, throwing for 70 yards on 11 attempts. He and the Bears lost that game by a 27-10 score.


The 70 yards passing in that Week 2 game still stands as the fewest yards thrown in a game this season. Chicago has a record of 3-9 and sits last in the NFC North as the Packers are slightly ahead with a 3-8 record. Let's see if Justin Fields can keep the Bears on time, unlike his Uber Eats meal.

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Edited by Akshay Saraswat
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