Justin Fields made his first start and played the entire first half for the Chicago Bears on Saturday night, and he capped it off in spectacular fashion.
With less than one minute to play before halftime, the former Ohio State quarterback put his spectacular playmaking ability on full display by fitting a pass into the tightest of windows, all while scrambling away from pressure, to connect with Bears tight end Jesper Horsted on the right edge of the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown.
For the half as a whole, Fields completed seven of his 10 passing attempts for 54 yards and also had two rushing attempts for 13 yards.
In three total preseason games, Fields completed 30 of 49 passing attempts for 276 yards and two touchdowns with zero interceptions and ran for 92 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.
Andy Dalton is set to begin the season as the Chicago Bears' starting quarterback, but Fields' spectacular play on Saturday night will only increase the desire Bears fans have for Fields to lead the offense sooner than later.