3 strikes against Chicago Bears coaching staff in blow out loss to Bucs

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2. Giving Justin Fields bad advice

When Justin Fields threw an interception against the Green Bay Packers because he thought it was a free play, many fans sided with Fields and the Bears. It looked like Fields should have got the call, but alas there was no flag.

Sure, Fields should have known there was no flag, but it was tough in the moment. Then on Sunday, he threw another pick when he thought he had a free play.

Again, it is one thing when it happens randomly. Now, this is the second week in a row that we are seeing this. This one was much less clear as well.

All of a sudden Fields is going to start losing faith in what he is hearing and seeing. When he thinks he has free play, he is not going to be as commanding and authoritative. It is tough to see this happening from the coaching staff.