Coming off a victory over the Atlanta Falcons, the Detroit Lions are 2-1 and looking like a legitimate threat in the NFC North.
Before the game, though, let's check in on where Goff sits in our latest NFC North quarterback power rankings.
4. Justin Fields, Chicago Bears
It has been tough sledding for Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields through three weeks, and that's putting it nicely. The Bears are 0-3 and look even worse than they did last year, and that's after the organization went out and spent money on free agent additions and used draft capital on areas of need in April.
Somehow, the roster looks better but the play on the field looks worse, from top to bottom. Fields has looked robotic, and has even admitted as much. He's looked hesitant and has not been as decisive as he was dating back to his rookie campaign, or even last year.
The Bears are the second-worst passing team in football, only ahead of Zach Wilson and the New York Jets. Fields has thrown for 526 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions and owns a QBR of just 21.0 through Week 3. The Bears are lost in every sense of the word, and in a way, I feel bad for Fields. His raw talent and physical skills are there, but in part, coaching has failed him drastically.