LOOK: Justin Fields’ TD throw ignites Chicago Bears starting QB debate

The Chicago Bears are rolling with Andy Dalton to begin the regular season, but as Justin Fields‘ latest highlight-reel play reminded everyone once again, it’s clear who has the superior talent.

Fields escaped the pocket and rifled a 20-yard touchdown strike to Jesper Horsted with less than a minute left in the first half, and let’s just say there was basically no room to fit that ball:

This is a play that Dalton simply cannot make. Fields routinely did things like this at Ohio State, which is why Bears GM Ryan Pace traded up from 20th to 11th in this year’s NFL Draft to get the young signal-caller.

Although it was a largely unspectacular night before that play for Fields, he still wound up with two carries for 13 yards, and completed seven of 10 passes for 54 yards and that score.

And this isn’t going to be a shock, but fans want to see Fields even more after yet another promising showcase in the preseason.

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