The Chicago Bears quarterback is set to start against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1, but he won’t be able to put up big numbers until he gets used to the NFL.
While the Bears quarterback has been in a good rhythm in his rookie season, the Bears offense has struggled in the first two games of the season.
The Bears rank 25th in points scored per game (23.6), 28th in passing yards per game, 29th in rushing yards per play and 29th against the run.
On top of those, the offense has been on the field for just 1,532 yards (21st in the NFL), 1,854 yards (24th in the league) and 14 touchdowns in five games.
The Bears have been outscored by an average of 29.4 points per game this season, tied for second-most in the AFC North.
While the Bears defense is ranked 10th in DVOA, they are giving up 5.7 yards per rush (second-worst), 5.6 yards per pass attempt (tied-last), 5 sacks (toughest) and 29 takeaways (toughest).