3 winners (and 2 losers) for Chicago Bears in Week 3 loss to Chiefs

Chicago Bears, Justin Fields (Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images)
Chicago Bears, Justin Fields (Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images) /
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Chicago Bears, Justin Fields
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The Chicago Bears had plenty of losers in this game on Sunday.

1. Justin Fields

Justin Fields is a bad quarterback in the NFL right now. He doesn’t read defenses well, he doesn’t make good throws on a regular basis, and he isn’t developing his skills at all. The offense around him isn’t taking steps forward and he is a big reason why.

A lot of people blame coaching. That may very well be part of the problem. Nobody ever said that the Bears were this quarterback factory that produced stud after stud. If you want to find a team like that, travel a few hundred miles up north where the cheese is.

In this game, Fields was awful again. He went 11/22 with 99 yards through the air while rushing the ball 11 times for 47 yards. He didn’t score on the run but he did air one out to DJ Moore for one touchdown. He threw one interception as well. His stock continued to drop in a loss like this.

2. Ryan Poles/Matt Eberflus duo

For the second straight time, the Chicago Bears named a GM/coach duo with the names Ryan and Matt and for the second straight time, they are failures. Yes, Ryan Poles (GM) and Matt Eberflus (head coach) should be ashamed of themselves after this game.

Poles assembled a team that is 0-3 and doesn’t even belong on the same field as the Kansas City Chiefs. Eberflus is handling the defense right now and they are absolutely embarrassing. These two are already on the hot seat and only big changes could save them now.

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