Bears WR DJ Moore provided feedback on offense during his exit interview

DJ Moore’s first season with the Chicago Bears was certainly a memorable one. Despite the offensive shortcomings, Moore put on a show and had a career year with 96 catches for 1,364 yards and eight touchdowns.

Moore had an opportunity to meet with head coach Matt Eberflus and general manager Ryan Poles during his exit interview Monday morning, and he used that time to provide feedback about the offense this season.

“It was open and honest,” Moore told reporters Monday. “I gave good feedback. They gave me their honest opinion on how my year went and everything. That’ll stay between us until it comes out later on and y’all see what happens. We’ll see.”

Chicago’s offense has struggled under offensive coordinator Luke Getsy. While the Bears made improvements in total yards (28th to 20th) and total points (23rd to 18th) in Getsy’s second season, they remained a bottom-six passing offense (32nd to 27th).

Moore was asked whether quarterback Justin Fields came up during the exit interview, and he might’ve hinted that’s the case.

“He’s the quarterback of the Chicago Bears until otherwise,” Moore said. “And I don’t think that’s changing anytime soon. We’ll see.”

There are plenty of questions facing the Bears this offseason, including who will be the quarterback come the 2024 regular season. But one thing’s for sure: Moore will be back as the team’s top wideout looking to get this offense on track.

Story originally appeared on Bears Wire