Fields' Claypool Comments Highlight Need for Change in Chicago

Sincere criticism of Chase Claypool's absence from the Chicago Bears by Justin Fields ought to persuade

President Kevin Warren to fire Matt Eberflus and Ryan Poles in the middle of the season.

Most Bears supporters and experts did not anticipate Eberflus' dismissal mid-season. The Bears have never fired a coach mid-season.

The strongest defense for keeping Eberflus is who would take over the interim position for the remainder of the season.

Before taking the position of offensive coordinator for the Bears, Luke Getsy instructed Aaron Rodgers' quarterbacks for the Packers.

The Bears' lack of an interim coach is a different issue leveled by the Poles/Eberflus administration. 

The Bears should go outside the organization for assistance, just like the Indianapolis Colts did after dismissing Frank Reich last season.

Justin Fields reacts to the shocking Bears defeat of 31–28.

Fields provided an explanation on Tuesday for Claypool's absence from this week's Bears practices.

Fields said to Zack Pearson of Bear Report that it "sucks" Claypool isn't playing for the Bears and that he believes the coaching staff isn't setting him up for success.

I detest it, yet there is no stopping it. Get outside with our men and perform like we did on Sunday. Wishing you the best, Chase.

Fields contends that by keeping Claypool out of the lineup, the coaches and Poles are hurting the club.