free counter
Sport

Bears’ Justin Fields Draws Pity from Twitter as OL Struggles Continue vs. Seahawks

Steph Chambers/Getty Images

The Chicago Bears are relying on Justin Fields to end up being the franchise quarterback they will have such a long time been looking for, but it will likely be problematic for him to call home around expectations given the talent around him.

That has been on full display through the opening drive of Thursday’s preseason game contrary to the Seattle Seahawks.

Fields threw seven times on the main one possession he played and seemingly had to perform for his life on every drop back that wasn’t a rollout. To his credit, he still led the Bears into scoring position before Cairo Santos capped the drive with a field goal.

NFL @NFL

Fields rolling out is really a thing of beauty. @justnfields

: #CHIvsSEA on ESPN
: Stream on NFL+ https://t.co/duqkxIEtbt pic.twitter.com/TnYSsrMuJv

A rollout 19-yard pass to tight end Cole Kmet was the main play of the drive, nonetheless it was the offensive line problems for Chicago that caught the attention of a lot of viewers:

Andrew Siciliano @AndrewSiciliano

It sure seems that when the Bears don’t move the pocket, there won’t be considered a pocket for Justin Fields.

Jason Patt @Bulls_Jay

Bears O-Line

FanDuel Sportsbook @FDSportsbook

Justin Fields: “Y’all wanna block for me personally?”

The Bears O-line: pic.twitter.com/Hw5CJmCWnI

Jacob LaRochelle @JakeLaRochelle_

I believe if the Bears had legit a half way decent o line so many peoples opinions would would change concerning the Bears and Fields this year

Bleacher Nation Bears @BN_Bears

OK. Just dont let Fields get killed here. Am I asking an excessive amount of?

Matt Hoeppner @matthoeppner

The bears offensive line is pic.twitter.com/2szACeoanN

Yayo @_yayeezy

This bears offensive line is atrocious. Like its so very bad. The worst Ive ever observed in my entire life

Eric Root @Eric_Root54

Great to start to see the Bears Offensive Line in midseason form

Buck Reising @BuckReising

Poor Justin Fields can’t even get his returner to open a preseason game without fumbling. Free this man

Aaron Leming @AaronLemingNFL

#Bears passing game attempting to stretch the field but their protection isn’t holding up up to now.

It is important for the Bears this year is Fields’ capability to make strides in his second year. In the end, this roster is definately not a brilliant Bowl contender, and his long-term ceiling is something of a light shining at the end of the tunnel for a team which could finish in last invest the NFC North.

Yet making those necessary strides will undoubtedly be even more difficult if he never has plenty of time to throw and read opposing defenses.

The offensive line can look to improve before Chicago’s preseason finale at the Cleveland Browns on Aug. 27. The Seahawks finish their preseason on the highway aswell and face the Dallas Cowboys on Aug. 26.

Read More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker