Chicago Bears clobber QB-confused New England Patriots

Down the second quarter, as  time expired, Justin Fields'  pocket was closing in on him.

With one defender approaching him from the right, another  circling to his left, and a third approaching directly.

One of the rushers was frozen  with a quick pump fake. Fields drifted left, just avoiding  another's extended arm.

Then awkwardly stepped to the right and squeezed through the tiniest of gaps.

On a third-and-14, Chicago  gained 20 yards in a sprint to  the sideline, putting them in  field goal range.

On Monday night, Fields ran  for 82 yards and another touchdown while throwing  for 179 yards.

He led Chicago to a 33-14  victory over the New England Patriots by converting five third downs with his legs and five  more with his arm.

Linebacker Matthew Judon  of the Patriots noted, "He kept  the drives going." "If they were third and long, we'd get them.

He appeared to simply find a running lane and pick it up  with his feet or toss it.

He would only continue to  move the chains. We had  nothing to say to him. The  Bears (3-4) took a 10-0 lead  in the first quarter after  Fields scored on a 3-yard run.

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