WATCH: Fields with incredible 39-yard run, breaks franchise QB single-season record

WATCH: Fields with incredible 39-yard run, breaks franchise QB single-season record


by - Senior Editor -

QB1 is good.

Chicago Bears franchise quarterback Justin Fields had a remarkable 39-yard touchdown run during Sunday's Bears-Eagles game which broke the single-season rushing record by a quarterback in team history.

The previous team record was held by Bobby Douglass' 968 rushing yards in 1972.

Fields has 976 rushing yards on the season. He also has 70+ rushing yards for his fifth consecutive game. That's the longest streak by any quarterback since at least 1950 according to the NFL.

Once he gets over 1,000 for the season, he will only be the third quarterback to achieve that accomplishment alongside Lamar Jackson and Michael Vick.

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