Column: How can Andy Dalton hold off Justin Fields for the Chicago Bears starting QB job? Open up the offense.

Tune out the noise and sometimes read between the lines to understand what is going on. The Bears aren’t going into a lot of specifics about where Fields needs to improve in order for a depth-chart change. It’s likely they want to accentuate the positives — and there are plenty — while choosing to keep instructive points private. It will become unavoidable, of course, if the team gets further into the schedule and the offense is struggling, as it did the last two seasons.

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