The opening two weeks of the regular season gave us a chance to evaluate Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love, who is making his first starts in the post-Aaron Rodgers era. We've also seen Justin Fields in a new offense with a better supporting cast.
Kirk Cousins is still leading the way for the Minnesota Vikings, although for how much longer? Jared Goff is aiming to build on last season and guide the Detroit Lions back to the playoffs.
It's still early in the regular season, but after two games, it's time to update our NFC North quarterback rankings.
4. Justin Fields, Chicago Bears
Justin Fields entered the regular season with huge expectations. Many believed he would enter the MVP conversation. Well, Fields and the Bears couldn't have made a worse start to the year.
Chicago lost its opening two games, including a heavy home defeat to Green Bay, and Fields hasn't played well. Fields has 427 passing yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions, including two pick-sixes to start the season.
It's not all on him. The Bears have done an awful job of playing to Fields' strengths, but he hasn't helped himself, either, often holding the ball for too long and missing easy completions.
Fields still has the ability to become an excellent starter, but he is running out of excuses. He has started 27 games, and the Bears have only won five of them. Again, it's not all on Fields, but he has to improve.