Matt Eberflus says he's been sending clips of Justin Fields getting hit to the league...
BY V. CARBONNEAU NOVEMBER 22, 2022 (8:37)
Indeed, the more the Bears ran Fields, the greater the chance he would be in harm's way once defenses made adjustments. However, it's not entirely Fields' fault that he got injured on Sunday. He was once again victim of many cheap shots that went uncalled.
Indeed, another week is in the books, and it is another week of the Bears griping about the officiating. And with good reason, too. Because, once again, it was Fields getting hit late and high in a game in which it didn't get called. Frankly, Fields' teammates are fed up by this development.
Chicago Bears CB Jaylon Johnson said on 670 The Score that it doesn't do anything when the league admits days after Bears games that they blew calls.
Jaylon: "It's too late. How many times are they going to mess up? Until there's some accountability it doesn't mean anything."
Meanwhile, Kevin Fishbain reported that HC Matt Eberflus is preparing to send game tape to the league offices because his quarterback is getting hit late and officials aren't throwing flags or calling penalties. And apparently, this isn't the first time Eberflus has done this. In the video below, Fishbain points out one of the most egregious missed calls. I simply don't get how you don't throw a flag here. I will be the first one to complain about the new roughing-the-passer rules that can be way too strict, but this is not even a debate, it should be a flag 100% of the time.