The sophomore told the media that losing was harder for the locker room than a Bears fan because of it “They don’t do any work.”
So, on Wednesday, Fields wanted to immediately address the comment while in the press and clear the air over the comment circulating on social media.
“There was something I said on Sunday after the game where I said the fans weren’t working,” Fields began. “First of all, I got frustrated after the match, so #1, I didn’t want to talk to you guys. I wasn’t in the mood to come and talk to you guys. I should have done a better job of explaining what I meant by that.
“But, what I meant by that, I’m talking about business in regards to the Sunday game, winning the match. I don’t know any fans. I don’t know what they’re doing in their personal lives. I respect every one of our fans. I’m glad we have fans. I would never respect anyone about What he does or what he likes to do.
It looks as if Fields’ emotions have taken advantage of him after the Bears lost to their archenemy.
The 23-year-old finished the game with seven completions out of 11 attempts for just 70 yards. The team’s singles touchdown came in the first quarter, when Fields netted a goal from three yards. In total, he rushed for 20 yards in eight gigs.
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