Justin Fields hasn’t gotten off to the start many were hoping for.

His first two performances have been littered with disappointment, turnovers, and a shockingly low amount of throws made — including 11 total throws in Week Two against the Green Bay Packers.

Drawing any conclusions from these first two weeks regarding Fields’ performance is premature. But these displays have left some wondering just how detrimental a failed second year for Fields would fare for him moving forward with the Chicago Bears, especially with a new regime in place.

Jason Reid of ESPN has a similar line of thinking, explaining on ESPN’s Get Up that Fields doesn’t look like the chosen one for the new regime. He even went a step farther, stating that the Bears — across two regimes — have failed Fields so far.

Fields will have to maneuver through a load of obstacles — most of which he seemingly won’t be able to move past — in order to give this new front office second thoughts moving forward.

You might even say Fields will have to give an Herculean effort.

That doesn’t seem likely to occur though, as the Bears’ roster is full of holes and the Bears’ front office looks likely to take their time filling them out.

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