Thu, Oct 6, 2022 1:26 PM
By GENE CHAMBERLAIN, Associated Press
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — Although Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields and receiver Darnell Mooney connected on a big pass play last week for the first time, they're not expecting an immediate breakthrough in the team's offense. Heading into a game against the Minnesota Vikings, the Bears remain focused on the process of building their overall attack and not simply evaluating Fields, offensive coordinator Luke Getsy says. Still, with an offense last in passing and next-to-last in yardage, and only two touchdowns in their last 32 possessions, the Bears (2-2) have work to do to be competitive on a weekly basis.