The first half of the Sunday Night Football game between the Bears and Packers was an unexpected surprise. The Bears actually fought for some points and a functional offense shined through the shadows on multiple drives. Of course, the second half included the inevitable downfall against the Packers and the Bears lost again. Justin Fields looked like he was playing well, albeit with some pain on every throw according to the young quarterback himself. Furthermore, it appears that Fields injured his hand in the loss to Green Bay.
As Kevin Fishbain outlined above, Fields got x-rays on his left hand that revealed swelling. Fields stated he was playing around 90% going into the Packers game. The good news here is that this new injury is to his non-throwing hand. Obviously, this is something to monitor and it's nothing to take lightly either.
The 45-30 loss to the Packers extends the losing streak and the Bears are now 3-19 against Green Bay since George McCaskey took over as chairman. The Bears have several new injuries from last night's loss and Justin Fields' new ailment only adds more obstacles to climb. The Chicago Bears look to bounce back against the Minnesota Vikings in another primetime matchup on Monday Night Football next week.