Jesper Horsted made a name for himself during the preseason with an incredible performance in the preseason finale.
And even though he’s been inactive and unavailable to start the year, Horsted didn’t waste any time making an impact upon arrival.
Behold! Justin Fields’ first touchdown pass:
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) October 10, 2021
You never forget your first.
The 11-play, 72-yard drive was punctuated by a 2-yard touchdown pass from Justin Fields to Horsted. Thank the Raiders for lending a helping hand with a handful of penalties that sparked the Bears offense. But credit Fields for roughing it out and delivering. He’ll need more of that in order to take down a Raiders “D” that has no qualms playing beyond the echo of the whistle.