It's no secret the Chicago Bears have struggled immensely on offense this season. Despite sitting at 3-4, they rank 30th in points and 32nd in passing yards, which speaks to the lack of productivity from their receiving corps and rookie quarterback Justin Fields.

Whether you want to blame it on Matt Nagy or the players, the young signal-caller is taking it upon himself to try and turn things around by meeting with his receivers separately from the rest of the team. Via Stacey Dales of The NFL Network:

That's certainly a good sign. Fields might be young, but he's going above and beyond to make the Bears better in their weakest area. Chicago is averaging a mere 124.4 passing yards per game, which is downright awful. In fact, it's been their running backs who have been the bright spot on the offensive end. To put it into perspective, the Bears have a mere three passing touchdowns this season. Fields has thrown for two, while Andy Dalton has completed one.

The former Ohio State star hasn't exactly been great since taking over the starting duties, but there have clearly been some communication issues when it comes to routes and such. If he can get on the same page as the likes of Marquise Goodwin, Darnell Mooney, and Allen Robinson, it's going to help the Bears reach new heights and unlock Fields' huge potential.