Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields danced at the Ford Field 30-yard line in the middle of a fourth-quarter drive against the Detroit Lions, shaking his hips and moving his arm in an adrenaline-fueled moment of joy.
That’s how good he was feeling over the first 56 minutes Sunday during his comeback from a four-game injury absence.
Fields had just run for a 29-yard gain on third-and-14, part of his 104-yard rushing day against the Lions. He led a touchdown drive on the Bears’ opening possession and threw an impressive 39-yard touchdown strike to DJ Moore in the third quarter on his way to throwing for 169 yards. That 29-yard run, his longest of the day, helped set up a Cairo Santos field goal that gave the Bears a 12-point lead.
“I was just feeling it,” Fields said. “I have no idea (what the dance was). Just first thing that popped in my mind.”
Then, in a matter of minutes, the Lions canceled the dance part...