The Bears made some news yesterday when they announced that offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, and most of his offensive staff, wouldn't be returning next year. The move was widely expected based upon, I don't know, the woeful entirety of the Bears' offense over the last two seasons. Not only has Chicago been one of the worst offensive teams in football since they drafted Justin Fields, but a major critique of Getsy was his unwillingness to mold the offense around what Fields was good at. With Getsy gone, plenty of people rushed to judgement about what his dismissal could mean for Fields' future in Chicago, but here are three reasons why the two ideas may not be as connected as you think.
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