Justin Fields Ran for Over 100 Yards ... in the First Quarter

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Justin Fields Ran for Over 100 Yards … in the First Quarter

Chicago Bears

With just two games left to go this season, Justin Fields is battling for his place in the record books. The Bears sophomore QB came into today’s game just 29 yards short of Michael Vick for the second most rushing yards in a single season by a QB and just 195 yards short of Lamar Jackson for the most all-time.

But after two huge chunk runs in the first quarter, he blasted past Vick and has Jackson in his sights.

Here’s the first play, a deceptive/designed run off a pitch from Cole Kmet for 31 yards.

That led to a Fields-Kmet touchdown pass for the first score of the game.

And here’s the second big play, an unscripted run for 60 yards.

This guy in unbelievable.



Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami covers the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls at Bleacher Nation. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami