Bears Coach Takes Unprovoked Shot at Justin Fields

A Chicago Bears coach has taken a jab at former QB Justin Fields.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Karl Brooks (94) sacks Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1)
Green Bay Packers defensive end Karl Brooks (94) sacks Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1) / Mark Hoffman / USA TODAY NETWORK

It's been a crazy couple of months for the Chicago Bears. They went 7-10 in 2023, failing to make the playoffs for the third straight year.

They had Justin Fields at the helm after taking him with the 11th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. Things never seemed to work for Fields in the Windy City and the Bears decided to ship him out.

On Mar. 16, Chicago sent Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for a 2025 sixth-round pick that could rise up to a fourth-rounder based on playing time.

The Bears now have Caleb Williams as their new franchise QB but a coach took a serious jab at Fields.

Bears News: Chicago Coach Took a Shot at Justin Fields

With Fields out of the question, stories and news about his tenure in Chicago will slowly start to circulate.

Tyler Dunne of Go Long released an article discussing what went wrong in Chicago for Fields. During his deep dive, a Bears coach ripped into Fields.

The coach said, "Watch his eyes. He tries to see the whole thing and doesn’t see anything. His eyes are all over the place and it’s just really hard to watch. It’s just bad football."

Fans saw how much Fields struggled on the gridiron but to see a coach violate a player like this is certainly eye-opening.

The former Ohio State product did have trouble going through his reads and getting the ball out of his hands, leading to unnecessary sacks and hits.

In 38 starts across three seasons, Fields completed 60.3% of his passes for 6,674 passing yards with 40 passing touchdowns and 30 interceptions.

The 25-year-old never eclipsed 2,600 passing yards and 17-plus passing touchdowns in a season.

He was also sacked a whopping 135 times over three seasons.

It was definitely time for a breakup but these latest comments on Fields just highlight how bad things were in Chicago.

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