Justin Fields and Cole Kmet score 2 TDs as the Bears lead the Lions

The Chicago Bears are finding their groove on offense in the second half against the Detroit Lions and it’s all thanks to Justin Fields and Cole Kmet.

After an impressive touchdown drive to end the first half that was capped off by a Fields rushing score, the Bears got back to it in the second half. Fields led the Bears on a scoring drive that spanned 10 plays and 76 yards, capped by a strike to Kmet in the end zone. The tight end climbed the ladder to secure the catch and give the Bears the 17-10 lead. But the two weren’t done yet.

On their next drive, Fields and Kmet hooked up again, this time for a 50-yard bomb. Kmet broke loose from the coverage and was wide open for the pass before sprinting into the end zone for his second score of the day.

The Bears lead the Lions 24-10 at the start of the fourth quarter.

Story originally appeared on Bears Wire