Bears quarterback Justin Fields respects every fan.

Bears quarterback Justin Fields said a defeat "hurts more in the locker room than for Bears fans" because fans "aren't putting in any effort" to win on the field.

"Angry after the game. "I'd want to clarify," Fields told ESPN's Courtney Cronin. "I said that after Sunday's game. Angry after the game. I wanted to avoid you.

"I'm talking about Sunday's game, winning. No fans. I don't know their personal life. Every admirer is appreciated. Fans are great. I'd never disparage someone's job or hobby. 

Matt Eberflus' first two offensive game plans as Bears head coach have been criticised. ESPN figures show Fields has the fewest passing yards among quarterbacks with two starts this month.

He's attempted 28 passes and ranks 31st with a 23.9 QBR.
Fields had 48 net throwing yards against the Packers, per Cronin.

Fields told reporters he wants to "show you guys more personality," but supporters expect stronger offensive performances. Sunday, the 23-year-old and his team will play the 0-1-1 Houston Texans.

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