Three weeks into the 2022 NFL regular season and the Chicago Bears offense has struggled to place a consistent product on the sector. In the midst of all that is second-year quarterback Justin Fields, with just 13 profession starts, and has yet to play a full season since being drafted by the Bears franchise back in 2021.
The Bears woes on offense cannot all be blamed on Fields, whose supporting forged has failed him at times. While the Bears running game has been consistent, wide receiver Darnell Mooney and tight end Cole Kmet have been non-existent within the passing game, raising questions on whether or not each might be long-term constructing blocks for the Bears offense.
For this episode of the Picks For Poles Podcast, hosts Usayd Koshul and Andrew Freeman sat right down to discuss where the Bears went mistaken with Fields development and what to do with the Bears 2023 first-round draft pick. Usayd and Andrew also discussed what to anticipate when the Bears tackle the Recent York Giants in week 4.
Take a look at the newest episode below, dropped at you by the Bear Report and Bluewire Podcasts:
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