Bears OC gives interesting take on Justin Fields amid league-low stats

Bears quarterback Justin Fields led the team to a better record (2–2) than his rookie season last year, but the quarterback struggled with his passing game.

The second-year running back ranks last in the NFL in completions (34), attempts (67), passer rating (58.7) and interception percentage (6). By comparison, Fields’ quarterback opponent this weekend, Kirk Cousins ​​of the Vikings, had 25 completions just last week.

Despite his early struggles, Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy apparently isn’t worried about the team’s quarterback.

“I don’t think he’s had a tough month,” Getsy said Thursday, via ESPN. “I think he’s getting better every week. I think it’s growing tremendously. And you know, it’s not easy. We play good football teams and it’s not easy to become the level of quarterback that he wants to be and I know it can be done.

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