How did Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields fare in his rookie season? We've put together a game-by-game look at how Fields performed.
How did Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields fare in his rookie season? He missed five of the Bears’ final seven games, and the Bears went 2-8 in the games Fields started.
“The only thing we can do is keep fighting and sticking together,” Nagy said. “I know it can sound old. I know it can sound monotonous. I gotcha.(Chris Sweda / Chicago Tribune)hits to his three cracked ribsBut Fields also helped drive the Bears’ 27-21 halftime lead, including responding to the pick-six by hitting Damiere Byrd with a nice pass up the middle that Byrd turned into a 54-yard touchdown on the next drive.
(Armando L. Sanchez / Chicago Tribune)The Bears went 0-for-4 in the red zone before a meaningless touchdown at the end of the game. That included stalling on consecutive fourth-quarter drives at the 9- and 13-yard lines.Week 16: Bears 25, Seahawks 24tweaked his ankleRead more: Chicago Tribune »
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the unrealistic high expectations made him looked worst than he actually was but i’d still give him a C minus….. Not great.
Bears To Hold Food Pantry For Low Income Families In Humboldt ParkThe team hosting another neighborhood pantry Friday along with the Salvation Army and Greater Chicago Food Depository. Still more 'Black Privilege' that the 13% see as their due, bc 'we be OPPRESSED!' 😂
Bears’ inactives: DT Akiem Hicks misses Vikings gameRookie quarterback Justin Fields will miss the finale against the Vikings after testing positive for the coronavirus Thursday, and defensive tackle Akiem Hicks is out with an ankle injury.
Bears coach Matt Nagy, GM Ryan Pace ‘collaborated’ on this messIn GM Ryan Pace’s seven seasons, the Bears are 48-64, tied for the eighth-worst record in the NFL during that span. It’s hard to rationalize detaching his fate from coach Matt Nagy’s, writes JasonLieser JasonLieser But watch, the Bears will rationalize just that detaching! JasonLieser You must understand two things to understand the chicagobears. They have deep and abiding contempt for their fans, and they do not believe in accountability. SellTheTeam JasonLieser He should have been fired as soon as he picked Mitch in the draft.
Sunday figures to be the end for Bears coach Matt NagyFor Bears fans frustrated by an offense that was almost as tortuous as Nagy’s weekly explanations for it, the expected firing won’t come a moment too soon. The same could be said for the head coach, whose franchise has, for the past seven weeks, allowed him to fend for himself in the court of public opinion. Please lord, please! Not much without Fangio. He'll have to prove himself someplace else before he gets another HC gig. If he's smart, he'll learn to adjust to the talent you have and the opponent plus conditions, not force your schemes on the talent. To his credit he did coach the team during one of the most difficult periods in world and local history.
Ancient Lions and Bears Colonized North America in Multiple Waves, DNA Study Says | Sci-News.comResearchers from the University of Adelaide and elsewhere have sequenced and analyzed mitochondrial DNA from fossils of cave lions (Panthera spp.) and brown bears (Ursus arctos).
Bears, Salvation Army Hold Food Pantry For Low Income Families In Humboldt ParkThe team hosting another neighborhood pantry Friday along with the Salvation Army and Greater Chicago Food Depository. More 'Black Privilege' that the 13% see as their due. They be 'oppressed.' 😝