Justin Fields is making plays during a rain-soaked afternoon in Cleveland. The Chicago Bears are facing the Browns on the road and looking to put together a solid performance, and Fields delivered a beauty in the first half.

Facing a 3rd-and-goal, Fields dropped back to pass but was met by immediate pressure from star pass rusher Myles Garrett. Somehow, he ducked the pressure and was able to roll out while keeping his eyes on the end zone.

Ultimately, Fields found Cole Kmet for a toe-tap near the side of the endzone for Chicago’s first touchdown of the game. It’s a great example of Fields combining his skills to pull off a beautiful play for the Bears.

Here is a second look from behind the play that shows just how close Garrett was to wrapping up the QB. Fortunately, Fields was able to keep his feet and deliver the touchdown.

There has been talk of the Bears potentially moving on from Fields this offseason as the team continues to struggle. For now, he’s still showing his dynamic ability with the ball in his hands.