Mike McDaniel tried a new defensive tactic against Justin Fields on Sunday.
"Stop it!" the Dolphins' head coach exclaimed at Fields after he ran out of bounds on Miami's sideline.
A hilarious, yet valiant attempt by McDaniel to stop the unstoppable Fields on Sunday.
The Dolphins' defense hasn't had much of an answer for Fields and the Bears' offense on Sunday.
Fields recorded 178 rushing yards (an NFL record for a quarterback) and 123 passing yards against McDaniel's Dolphins. He threw for three touchdowns and ran for a 61-yard touchdown.
He is the first quarterback in NFL history to record three passing touchdowns and over 140 rushing yards in one game.
The Bears have proven themselves as a viable offense. In the past three weeks, the Bears' offense has recorded 33, 29 and 32 points.
Not even McDaniel's words can stop them.
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