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Finished his second season with the Bears in 2022
Selected by the Bears with the 11th overall pick in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft; the Bears acquired the 11th overall selection after completing a trade with the New York Giants
Became just the third Ohio State quarterback in the common draft era to be selected in the first round of an NFL draft, joining Art Schlichter (No. 4 overall pick in 1982) and Dwayne Haskins (No. 15 overall pick in 2019)
Became the 31st Buckeye to be selected by the Bears and the first since Marcus Freeman in 2009
Started 10-of-12 games played as a rookie in 2021, throwing for 1,870 yards and seven touchdowns while rushing for an additional 420 yards and two scores
Has played in 27 career games (25 starts)

2022 SEASON (Bears):

Helped lead the Bears to a Week 1 victory vs. San Francisco 49ers, finishing the game with a pair of touchdowns and 121 yards on 8-of-17 passing, also adding 28 yards on the ground
Completed a 51-yard pass to WR Dante Pettis to put Chicago on the board
Dating back to 1920, it was the fourth-longest touchdown pass in a Bears season-opener and the first touchdown of 50-yards or more in Week 1 since 2011 when Matt Forte hauled in a 56-yard completion from Jay Cutler
Added to the scoring column with a second touchdown pass to Equanimeous St. Brown with 12:50 to go in the 4th quarter, marking the ninth passing touchdown of Fields' career
In Week 2 at Green Bay, Fields finished 7-of-11 with 70 yards in the air as well as eight rushes for 20 yards and a touchdown
His touchdown vs. the Packers wrapped up the Bears first drive of the game, a seven-play, 71-yard drive that gave Fields his first rushing score of the season
In Week 3 vs. Houston, finished 8-of-17 with 106 yards while also rushing eight times for 47 yards, he also logged a 29-yard rush
Finished 11-of-22 with 174 passing yards in Week 4 at New York, while also rushing seven times for 52 yards
Completed a 56-yard pass to wide receiver Darnell Mooney (1st, 5:00)
Stands as the longest completion on the season for Fields and the second-longest of his career, trailing only a 64-yard completion to Mooney at Detroit last season (Oct. 3)
In Week 5 at Minnesota, finished the afternoon 15-of-21 passing for 208 yards and one touchdown, while also adding eight rushes for 47 yards on the ground
That translated to a career-best passer rating of 118.8 as well as a completion percentage of 71.4, which is also the highest he's recorded in a game in his career (min: 10 attempts)
His 208 passing yards are the fifth-most he's had in a game in his career
Finished Week 6 against the Commanders 14-of-27 passing for 190 yards and a touchdown pass, while also rushing 12 times for 88 yards, the second-highest rushing yardage total of his career
He broke off a 39-yard run with 1:06 remaining in the fourth quarter, which stands as the longest rush of his career
In the Week 7 win against the Patriots, he finished the night completing 13-of-21 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns (passing TD, rushing TD)
Also recorded a game-high 82 rushing yards on 14 attempts
Was his second performance with both a rushing and passing TD in the same game (vs. SF, 10/31/21)
In his 17th career start, Fields becomes one of five Bears QBs since the start of the 2000 season to log multiple games with both a rushing and pass TD in the same game, joining Jay Cutler (6), Mitchell Trubisky (6), Cade McNown (3) and Rex Grossman (2)
Finished 17-of-23 with 151 passing yards and two touchdowns against Dallas in Week 8
He also rushed eight times for 60 yards and a rushing touchdown
His performance yielded a passer rating of 120.0, which is the highest he's had in a game in his career
His three rushing touchdowns in 2022 are the most by a Bears quarterback since Jim Harbaugh rushed for four in 1993. He finishes Week 8 with 424 total rushing yards, which is the second-most among all NFL quarterbacks, and the second-most in franchise history by a Bears quarterback through the first eight games of the season, trailing only Bobby Douglass, who had 556 yards in 1972
Had one of the best performances of his career in Week 9 vs. Miami , completing 17-of-28 passes for 123
yards and three touchdowns, while also rushing 15 times for 178 yards and a touchdown
Finished with a passer rating of 106.7, which is the third highest of his career and his second straight game with a passer rating above 100
His rushing performance breaks Michael Vick's previous single-game record of 173 rushing yards and now stands as the highest rushing total by any NFL quarterback in a regular-season game in NFL
He also passed Chicago's Bobby Douglass' 127-yard rushing performance on Dec. 17, 1972 to become the Bears' single-game franchise record-holder
He is the first player since at least 1950 to record 150+ rushing yards and 3+ passing touchdowns in a single game
Fields joins Buffalo's Josh Allen, Cincinnati's Joe Burrow and Baltimore's Lamar Jackson as the only players entering Week 9 to record at least three touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in the same game ... Fields beat everyone to the endzone on the opening drive of the second half with a 61-yard scramble, the third Bears touchdown of the afternoo
That rushing touchdown was both the longest rush ever by a Bears quarterback (Vince Evans, 58-yard rush in 1980) and the longest touchdown run by a Bears quarterback (Bobby Douglass, 57-yard TD run in 1972)
Completed 11-of-15 pass attempts in the first half, which is tied for the most completions he's had in a first half in his career
It's also the fourth time in his career he's had 10+ completions going into the half
Followed up historic Week 9 performance with another great game against the Lions in Week 10, finishing with 147 yards on 13 rushes and two touchdowns while also completing 12-of-20 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns
He became the first quarterback in Bears franchise history to post back-to-back games with 100+ rushing yards, and he's the first Bears player to rush for 100+ yards in consecutive games since Jordan Howard did so on Dec. 24, 2016 and Jan. 1, 2017
His last two games have yielded a combined 325 rushing yards, which is the most total rushing yards in a two-game span by a quarterback in NFL history, surpassing Lamar Jackson's 268 combined yards which he recorded Oct. 13, 2019 through Oct. 20, 2019
Has rushed for 555 yards over his last five games played, which is the most by any quarterback in that span and the most by a quarterback in the Super Bowl era ... His performance today stands as the highest rushing yardage total by a quarterback against the Lions in NFL history, surpassing Randall Cunningham, who recorded 110 rushing yards against Detroit on Nov. 11, 1986
Scored the fourth Bears touchdown of the afternoon on a 67-yard rush to give him his second rushing score of the game
His touchdown run breaks the franchise record for the longest rush ever by a Bears quarterback and the longest touchdown run by a Bears quarterback that he set just one week ago, when he rushed for a 61-yard touchdown against the Dolphins
Per STATS Research, Fields is the first quarterback in NFL history with a 60+ yard rushing touchdown in consecutive games
He's also just the seventh offensive player to do so since 1994, the last player being Saquon Barkley on Dec. 22, 2019 and Dec. 29, 2019
In Week 11 at Atlanta, Fields led the team on the ground for the third straight game, finishing with 85 yards and a rushing touchdown on 18 attempts, while also going 14-of-21 for 153 yards and a passing touchdown
Against the Packers in Week 13, finished 20-of-25 passing for 254 yards in addition to seven rushes for 71 yards and a touchdown ... His 80.0 completion percentage is a single-game career-best (min: 10 attempts), and his 254 passing yards are the third-most he's had in a game in his career ... He broke off a 56-yard touchdown run with 3:10 remaining in the first quarter to put the Bears ahead 10-0
Dating back to the start of the 1925 NFL season, Fields is the first quarterback on record to record three or more rushing touchdowns of 50+ yards in a single season
The last players overall to log three rushing touchdowns of 50+ yards in a single season were running backs Derrick Henry and Christian McCaffrey, each doing so during the 2019 season
The last Bears player to log three rushing touchdowns of 50+ yards was running back Neal Anderson, who did so during the 1988 season (Stats Research) ... In Week 15, vs. Philadelphia, became the third quarterback in NFL history to rush for 1,000+ yards in a single season joining Lamar Jackson and Michael Vick
Ended the afternoon 14-of-21 passing with 152 yards and two touchdowns, while also rushing 15 times for 95 yards
He finished with a passer rating of 119.5, which is the second-best passer rating he's recorded in a single game in his career
It marks his fifth consecutive game with 70+ rushing yards, which is the longest streak by any QB since at least 1950 (@NFLResearch)
Finished Week 16 vs. Buffalo 15-of-23 for 119 yards and a touchdown pass, while also rushing seven times for 11 yards
In Detroit in Week 17, finished 7-of-21 for 75 yards, one TD pass and one INT, while also rushing 10 times for 132 yards
His 132 rushing yards brings his season total to 1,143 on the season, which moves him ahead of four-time Pro Bowler Michael Vick (1,039 rushing yards in 2006) for the second-most rushing yards by a quarterback in NFL history, trailing only Lamar Jackson's 1,206 yards from 2019
Finished the first quarter alone with 105 rushing yards, which is the most by any Bears player since the start of the 1991 season
Per @EliasSports, Fields' 105 rushing yards are the most by any QB in a quarter in the last 45 seasons

2021 SEASON (Bears):

Made 12 appearances with 10 starts, throwing for 1,870 yards and seven TDs
Rushed for 420 yards and two TDs
Rushed for his first NFL touchdown in the third quarter of Week 1 at the Rams. In doing so he became the first Bears rookie quarterback to rush for a touchdown in his first career game since Johnny Lujack, who rushed for a TD against Green Bay in Week 2 of 1948
Recorded 31 rushing yards and 60 passing yards in the Bears home season-opening victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, entering the game in relief of starter Andy Dalton who left with an injury
Had his first NFL start in Week 3 vs. the Cleveland Browns
Started and completed 11 of 17 passes (64.7%) for 209 yards in the Week 4 win over the Lions; connected on a season-long 64-yard pass to Darnell Mooney
Completed his first-career touchdown pass, a two-yarder to tight end Jesper Horsted with 13:16 to go in the second quarter to put Chicago in front during the Week 5 victory at the Raiders
Registered a season-high 43 rushing yards along with a season-high 16 pass completions vs. the Packers in Week 6; he also recorded his second-career passing touchdown, a five-yard pass to Mooney
Rushed 10 times for a season-high 103 yards in Week 8 vs. SF, becoming the first Bears QB to rush for 100+ yards since Bobby Douglass in 1973. Also completed 19 of 27 passes for 175 yards and a TD, and in doing so he became the third rookie QB (Robert Griffin and Marcus Mariota) with 100+ rush yards, rush TD & pass TD in single game in NFL history
Completed 17-of-29 passes for a season-high 291 passing yards at the Steelers. His seven completions on balls 15+ yards downfield in Pittsburgh are tied for the most by a Bears QB over the past 15 seasons
Fields also averaged 15.6 air yards per attempt in Week 9, which is the second most by any quarterback in a game this season
Recorded 79 passing yards and 23 rushing yards Week 11 vs. the Ravens before exiting the game at the start of the third quarter due to injury
Inactive Weeks 12-13 due to injury
Recorded two passing TDs for the first time this season Week 14 at the Packers. His 54-yard TD pass to WR Damiere Byrd with 3:21 to go in the second quarter marked his longest to date. He also rushed for a team-high 74 yards on the ground
Completed 26 of 39 passes for 285 yards, one touchdown and a rating of 96.6, his highest of the season vs. the Vikings in Week 15. His 285 yards marked his second highest total of season
Inactive Weeks 16-17 due to injury
Inactive Week 18 due to being on Reserve/COVID-19 list

*Courtesy ChicagoSportsHQ.com


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