Andy Dalton harm replace: Justin Fields takes over after Bears starter suffers non-contact harm



Bears followers obtained an early style of the Justin Fields expertise of their Week 1 sport in opposition to the Rams, however could also be seeing extra of the rookie going ahead.

Fields, who went 2-for-2 with a landing in Week 1, entered the Bears’ Week 2 matchup in opposition to the Bengals after Chicago starter Andy Dalton sustained a non-contact harm on a 14-yard scramble for a primary down early within the first quarter after which changed Dalton once more when he left the sport for the second time.

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Dalton returned to the sport just a few performs later, placing Fields again on the sidelines. However the saga continued when Dalton reaggravated his harm and left the sport a second time with a questionable designation getting into halftime.

Fields got here out of the locker room at halftime and led the Bears’ drive out of the half with Dalton on the sideline. 

Dalton, nonetheless, insisted to his teammates on the sideline that he was alright to start out the third quarter, based on a report from Laura Okmin on the sport’s broadcast.

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Dalton went 9-for-10 with 56 yards and a landing and added 25 yards on two carries earlier than leaving and gave the Bears a 7-0 lead heading into halftime. Fields was 2-of-4 for 21 yards and picked up 6 yards on two carries.




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