Justin Fields' play vs. Dolphins elicits perfect reaction from Miami HC Mike McDaniel
Justin Fields had a stellar day as the Bears take on the Dolphins at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Fields, a former Ohio State Buckeye standout, was 17-for-28 with 123 yards and 3 TDs. The QB has also rushed for 178 yards on 15 carries, and 1 TD, averaging 11.9 yards per carry. With those stats, Fields became the only player in NFL history w/ 3+ passing TD and 140+ rushing yards in a game.
Despite his status tracking towards being a star, Fields apparently isn’t too big to be playfully admonished by the competition’s coaching staff. After using his legs to rush for a first down, Fields found himself on the Dolphins sidelines. As he was heading back to the field, he came across Miami head coach Mike McDaniel who made the QB smile by telling him to “stop it.”
Mike McDaniel telling Justin Fields to “Stop it” 😂 pic.twitter.com/Ceg0IwzLzU
— PFF (@PFF) November 6, 2022
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Despite his stellar stats on the field on Sunday, the Bears lost out to the Dolphins, 35-32.