What to expect from the rest of the Bears offense?
Fields’ wide receivers were terrible last year. They had Equanimeous St. Brown regularly playing so that is all you need to know about the quality of the receivers last year.
Their wide receiver room did get better in the offseason.
The Bears traded away the No. 1 overall pick in the draft to the Carolina Panthers for D.J. Moore and a boatload of picks. Fields now has a legit No. 1 wide receiver.
He also had a full offseason to work with Chase Claypool, who the Bears beat out the Packers for at the trade deadline. Darnell Mooney is coming off an ankle injury, but if he returns to full health, the Bears have three really good targets for Fields.
Poles also signed former Packers tight ends Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis. Tonyan will team up with Cole Kmet to give Fields a good pass-catching tight-end duo.
The offensive line was also upgraded with right guard Nate Davis being signed in free agency and Darnell Wright being drafted in the first round. The line is coming into the game against the Green Bay Packers banged up.
Left guard Teven Jenkins is on injured reserve with designation to return. Former Packers lineman Lucas Patrick is expected to be the starting center, but he was also banged up during training camp.