Bears QB Day-To-Day With Shoulder Injury

The Chicago Bears haven't been able to pick up a victory in the past four weeks, but the offence has improved in leaps and bounds, and most of that has come from the continually improving performances of second year QB Justin Fields, so the fact that he has come down with a shoulder injury is a massive concern to the Bears organization and their fans. 

Today, Head Coach Mat Eberflus told reporters that the left shoulder injury for Fields would have him 'day-to-day', and that he would be re-evaluated on Wednesday, but also wouldn't rule out the possibility of the injury being season ending, meaning that they'll have to be very careful with their young Quarterback going forward.

In recent times, Fields has been outstanding with his arm and his legs, and despite the untimely interceptions, he's shown that he can be the Bears starting QB of the future, so hopefully for his sake, he can finish out the season strong, and the Bears can use their $100 million in cap space and draft picks to improve this team. 

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