5 Chicago Bears that have failed through the first quarter of the season

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Justin Fields has had a rough start to his second year as the Chicago Bears’ starting QB

Luke Getsy is, indeed, wrong. Justin Fields has had about as rough a start to this season as he could have had. Like previously mentioned about Gordon, it seems there is only positive regression from here — at least, Bears fans hope.

Through four games, Fields has not been good. You can ask the box scores, the media, the fans and, if they were honest, his coaches. Fields has played poorly for the majority of his first four games.

Now, for the sake of keeping it honest, is Fields’ performance completely his fault? Absolutely not.

What else would we have expected from a guy who was given zero help this offseason? Ryan Poles did nothing to help the offensive line in front of him, relatively speaking. He also did not add enough weapons around Fields, which was a major complaint from fans after the offseason concluded.

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Fields and the Bears are averaging under 100 passing yards per game, but it’s not all on Fields. Unfortunately for him, though, he is going to shoulder most of the blame whether he likes it or not. Hopefully, he improves drastically and can carry this sorry offensive group to a few more victories in 2022.