Rookie Justin Fields dismissed a nightmarish first begin, and the Chicago Bears bounced again from one of many worst offensive performances the NFL has seen to beat the winless Detroit Lions 24-14 on Sunday.

Fields and the Bears (2-2) had been in significantly better type coming off a brutal loss at Cleveland final week. They rang up 373 yards after being held by the Browns to 47, the ninth-lowest whole in league historical past.


Lions: Ragnow (toe) left the sport within the first half. … LB Romeo Okwara (foot) was damage within the first half.

Bears: DT Akiem Hicks (groin) left the sport early within the first quarter.


Lions: Visit Minnesota on Oct. 10.

Bears: Visit Las Vegas on Oct. 10.