Justin Fields Gives Inspired Performance As Bears Break Out Of 14-Game Losing Streak

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The Chicago Bears fought off a second-half comeback by the Washington Commanders to sneak out of their 14-game run of losses. The fans and players celebrated like they won the Super Bowl. But getting back into winning ways on Thursday night was no less an achievement for them. QB Justin Fields led the offense with an explosive first half, leading ultimately to a 40-20 win. Justin Fields had the full support of D.J. Moore, his top receiver. Moore ended the day with 3 touchdowns and 230 years. That included a dagger late in the 4th quarter. It was a 56-year score on a risky jump by the Commanders on a short route.

A 56-Year Strike From Justin Fields To Moore Gave Bears Their Long-Awaited Victory

The streak of losses goes back all the way to last season, and Justin Fields must have said his prayers right. DJ Moore and Justin Fields knocked down the Washington team to a 24-point deficit, who were booed by their fans. It was a lopsided game for Justin Fields and his team. But it was a turnaround from the trend that Bears fans have gotten used to in this and the previous season.

Just in the 1st quarter, the Chicago team produced 3 plays longer than what they have delivered this season. There were two throws of 58 yards and 39 years from Justin Fields to Moore. There was also a 34-yard dash by Khalil Herbert. Washington was, in contrast, limited to two 3-and-out during this period.

Fields also linked up with Moore for a touchdown toss in the final quarter, making spectators head for the exit. The Bears were ahead by 17-0 by the time Washington had their initial touchdown. It was close to 2 ½ minutes into the 2nd quarter. The 56-yard strike from Justin Fields to Morre brought the Bears within sight of victory, something that they had been desperate for the whole season.