Bears throttle Patriots in primetime
The Bears offense came alive on Monday night, racking up 390 total yards while the a defense produced four touchdowns in 33-14 road win over the Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
The Bears (3-4) snapped a three-game skid for the team's first win against the Patriots (3-4) since Dec. 10, 2000, and first-ever win in Foxborough.
Quarterback Justin Fields led the offense with an impressive performance both through the air and on the ground.
Fields completed 13 of 21 passes for 179 yards and a 25-yard touchdown pass to running back Khalil Herbert.
The second-year pro also rushed for a team-high 82 yards and a 3-yard TD.
The Bears went up 3-0 after Santos hit a 42-yard field goal on the first possession.
Fields started the drive with back-to-back completions.
On third-and-four, the quarterback rolled right and found receiver Darnell Mooney for a 20-yard gain, then threw an 11-yard pass to receiver Equanimeous St. Brown on the play.
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