The Chicago Bears were staring into a 14-0 hole against the Dallas Cowboys after falling behind early. But Justin Fields took matters into his own hands to stop the bleeding.
On the Bears’ second drive of the game after Dallas went up by two scores, Fields and the offense manufactured a drive that spanned 12 plays and went for 75 yards. 32 of those yards were thanks to Fields and his running ability as he had two big gains before dashing into the end zone for the three-yard touchdown.
JF1 on the run
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) October 30, 2022
It wasn’t just Fields though. Rookie wide receiver Velus Jones Jr. got things started with a jet sweep that went for 18 yards early in the drive, his longest play on offense to start his career. It was a nice response for the Bears but it could be all for not. The Cowboys continue to jump all over the defense and lead 28-7 close to the end of the second quarter.