Fans of the Chicago Bears seemed pretty confident going into this season that quarterback Justin Fields would burst through and emerge as the type of player he has always had the potential to become.
However, he is still struggling with his passing through the first two games of the 2023 campaign, as he has a completion rate of just 60.6 percent and has thrown more interceptions (three) than touchdown passes (two).
Fields recently made a comment that perhaps Chicago’s coaching staff is to blame for his struggles because they have had him thinking too much and reacting too little on the field.
One analyst, David Jacoby, said that there are issues with the Bears that are so deeply ingrained that Fields will not be with the team next year, via “The Carton Show.”
"This is the last season Justin Fields will be in a Bears uniform."
— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) September 21, 2023
When Fields was in college at Ohio State, he was a very accurate and prolific passer, but he has thus far been unable to replicate that type of success in the NFL.
The Bears made a bold move during the offseason to get him more help when they traded the No. 1 pick in the draft to the Carolina Panthers for stud wide receiver DJ Moore and picks.
But they’re 0-2 on the new season, and perhaps some fans are wishing they would’ve kept the pick and used it on Bryce Young instead.
It has been seemingly forever since they have had a high-level quarterback, and Chicago’s devoted fans are growing very restless for a Super Bowl championship.
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