WATCH: Justin Fields connects with Cole Kmet for Bears’ third TD vs. Browns

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The Chicago Bears’ starting offense closed the preseason on a strong note with their third touchdown drive in Saturday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.

The offense mounted an 8-play, 62 yard scoring drive that culminated in 24-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Justin Fields to tight end Cole Kmet to put Chicago up 21-0 in the second quarter. It was Fields’ third touchdown pass of the night and his second to a tight end.

It was another efficient drive for the Bears offense, which included some nice completions from Fields and a fourth down conversion that led to the touchdown.

The Bears’ starting offense is done for the night, and they finished with 200 yards and three touchdown drives.

Fields went 14-of-16 for 156 yards, 3 touchdowns, 0 interceptions and a passer rating of 146.9. He also had 2 rushes for 11 yards.

Story originally appeared on Bears Wire