Too soon to tell, I give it till the end of the season to answer that properly. He got here more than halfway through, it takes time to learn the system. I expect he'll get more chances and be more productive as the season goes on.
It will prove to have been a good move when the Bears add a WR1 next year and we have WR1 to go with Mooney & Claypool - and have better OL for Fields. Right now we are just running a wildcat offense with Fields as our RB. Yes, that sucks for 2022. But this is were the team is at this year. Build a quality OL and the offense - including Claypool - will be fine.
Nah. Its been 3 weeks. We've had guys here the whole season plus off season who are just starting to get the offense and its terminology...I don't expect him to master it in 3 weeks. You look at all the receivers traded, I don't think any of them have made "immediate" impacts. Plus, this was more a long term play because this off seasons receivers in free agency are dog crap.
I would like to see more plays designed to take advantage of what he does well. It doesn't take understanding the playbook and terminology to say "hey, you're going out there and running a 9 route/slant, go win." Those are two routes Claypool excels at. Scheme those up for him and get him going.