Justin Fields reveals change in routine following Chicago Bears' loss to Green Bay
After the Chicago Bears 27-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday night, Bears quarterback Justin Fields decided to change his routine.
Fields and the Bears struggled. Fields completed only 7 for 11 passes for 70 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception.
Bears QB Justin Fields said he changed up his routine following the loss, starting with a 540a wakeup today, which is an hour earlier. He said he's studying more with the extra time.
"I just hate this feeling of losing. Sunday just hit different."
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He said he changed up his routine following the loss, starting with a 5:40 a.m. wakeup Wednesday, which is an hour earlier. He said he’s studying more with the extra time.
“I just hate this feeling of losing. Sunday just hit differently.” Fields didn’t lose much as a starter for Ohio State, so this is a feeling he is definitely not used to.
Fields did have one rushing touchdown and the Bears did move the football at times on the Packers but they could never get it in the endzone enough.
Had they been able to get into the endzone, it might have been a closer game or even a different outcome. Fields clearly took the loss to heart and feels the need to change things up to see if it will make it better.
Fields and the Bears will see if they can get back on track versus the Houston Texans Sunday.