Former Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike Matz doubled down on his criticism of Justin Fields and added Treylance to the mix.
There was stubbornness, and then Mike Matz. He won’t let go of his criticism of Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields, and now he’s adding 49ers signal caller Trey Lance to his roster.
When asked about his thoughts on last Sunday’s two-man matchup, Mats didn’t hold back, offering more to Fields Criticize, then add Lance to it.
Fields can’t do anything, right? Should we believe this? Now it all makes sense why Jay Cutler would say what he said about Mats. Yes, Martz had the greatest show on the lawn for a while by his side, but once they left, it all fell apart. Fans on Twitter naturally have a lot to say.
The hate energy is so great, I can only respect it.
— Ja’Marr Chase Fan Proudly (@bengalsfansadly) September 13, 2022
Thankfully no one listened to Mike Matz (Mike Martz) or take him seriously
— gampeen (@gampeen) September 13, 2022
Mike Matz refused to apologize, instead doubling down on Justin Fields for Trey Lance’s disappointment.
Now, if we listen carefully, it turns out that for Lance More criticism than Fields, but given what Mats said earlier in the season that only added fuel to the fire, Mats should, frankly, be ashamed of himself.
In case he didn’t watch it, the game would be over at noon in one minute. How should any offense work amid wild flooding rains throughout the day? seriously? The Bears and the 49ers, especially the 49ers, should take this with a grain of salt. It’s shameful, considering Mike Matz was their coach and, of all, JT O’Sullivan as his quarterback.
Justin Fields knows what people are talking about the Bears, and frankly, it looks like he’s had enough. To really silence his critics and force them back, he’s going to have to throw a lot more, which means hitting 4,000 yards. If he could do that, he would hear the crickets, not the desperate cries of the outside world. Among them is Mike Martz.