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By: Alyssa Barbieri
Bears quarterback Justin Fields had his coming-out party in Sunday’s 35-32 loss to the Dolphins, and he made NFL history in the process.
Fields rushed for 178 yards (on 12 carries), the most ever by a quarterback in the regular season. He broke the previous record set by Michael Vick. Fields accounted for 301 total yards and four touchdowns, including a 61-yard rushing score.
It’s safe to say we’re watching Fields blossom into a star before our very eyes, and it wasn’t lost on those who participated or coached in Sunday’s game. There was a lot of praise for Fields, who has been on a roll over the last three games.
Here’s what Bears and Dolphins players and coaches had to say about Fields after his record-setting performance on Sunday:
Originally Posted On Bears Wire