Justin Fields took another loss on Thursday as the Chicago Bears lost 12-7. The Bears are now 2-4 through six games.

Fields is in his second season with the Bears and is trying to regain that much-needed confidence in crucial red-zone opportunities.

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After the grueling 12-7 loss to the Washington Commanders on Thursday Night Football, Fields highlighted the areas that need to be improved.

Finish, that’s it. That’s the gist of the whole game: finish. We didn’t finish. Missed a wide-open touchdown pass, and didn’t finish. Fourth-and-1, handed the ball off to [Herbert], couldn’t finish it. Last play, couldn’t finish it. [There are] multiple plays in that game that we could’ve made to change the whole game, but the summary of it all is we didn’t finish.

A defeated Fields took accountability for the result, understanding that the Bears simply didn’t finish on huge plays.

The Bears hope to find some redemption in the red-zone in Week 7 against the New England Patriots.