I know I shouldn't respond, but what I will say is that especially the start of the 2022 season was rough for the offense. It was a new offense, new playcaller, one game in a monsoon and another on the road in primetime against GB. For that matter, the Houston game was also very rough passing but awesome in the run game.
So, with that preference, when I check Mooney's stats and Kmet's stats ignoring the 1st 2 games of the 2022 season, I get:
Mooney 54 ypg
Kmet 36 ypg
So, once they started to sort out the offense and playcalling, both those key receiving targets were doing similar to slightly better in receiving yards with Fields. My point here is that I did not see a regression in 2022 for Mooney's or Kmet's yards once they started to figure out the new offense a bit. Clearly it was a very rough start to the season.
Even more important than yards, Kmet was actually scoring TDs. He went from 0 TDs in 2021 to 7 TDs in 2022. So, clearly a huge improvement and one to keep an eye on going forward.
I don't think anyone thinks the offense or Fields is a finished product. Clearly, Fields needs to improve in his passing. However, I do think that Fields overall game clearly improved in 2022 and as the season went on. He showed that he is playmaker and combined with his running threat was a force on the field. He became very efficient with his passing even if the attempts and hence yardage were low. Before he got hurt, there was a 5 game stretch where they were averaging around 30 ppg which is absolutely fantastic in the NFL. Those are things to build on and why imo, they should stick with Fields for 2023.