Week 10’s titanic performance by Justin Fields against the Lions for the Bears makes NFL history, but Chicago loses.


Hello, everyone, and welcome to the new Lamar Jackson. The Bears lost to the Lions 31-30 on Sunday, their third straight loss, but once again, their young QB star showed up to play. Justin Fields rushed for an additional 142 yards against Detroit, scoring four touchdowns to set NFL records just one week after erupting for 178 running yards, the most by a quarterback in the Super Bowl era.

The 2021 first-round pick made a late pick-six to aid Detroit’s comeback, but he also carried the Bears’ offense, reinforcing his potential as one of the sport’s most dynamic dual threats. Here are the things he did on Sunday:

  • Most rushing yards by a QB in the Super Bowl era over a five-game span
  • Only QB in the Super Bowl era with multiple rushing TDs of 60+ yards
  • Two longest TD runs by a QB in Bears history
  • Only NFL player to have 2 pass TD, 2 rush TD and 100+ rushing yards in a game
  • Most carries reaching 20+ miles per hour in NFL this season (per NextGen Stats)
  • Leads the NFL in rushing yards by a QB (749)
  • Tied for NFL lead in rushing TDs by a QB (6)

Fields and the Bears will be back in action on Sunday, Nov. 20, against the Falcons, who lost Thursday to the Panthers.