The Chicago Bears are on the board on Justin Fields’ first drive back from injury.
And it is running back D’Onta Foreman finding pay dirt to close a 10-play, 75-yard drive:
That might’ve been the best drive I’ve seen the Bears put together all season. And for it to happen on the opening series is a beautiful thing. We saw everything we’ve been wanting to see from the Bears all season. Designed runs for Fields. Throws down the field. Passes over the middle. Fields throwing it on the run and using his athleticism to create chunk plays. I want four quarters of it. But you can’t get four quarters’ worth of action if you don’t start in the first.