As they cruised to a 27-11 victory over the Seahawks in Seattle on Thursday night, the Bears maintained control throughout their second preseason game.
Only one drive had quarterback Justin Fields and the first-team offense, but it was a productive one since kicker Cairo Santos converted a 35-yard field goal at the end of the 10-play, 52-yard drive.
Fields finished with an 84.8 rating after completing 5 of 7 throws for 39 yards. Fields was linked to by tight end Cole Kmet twice during the drive—a 12-yard gain on the first play from scrimmage and a 19-yard completion six plays later—despite Kmet sitting out the Bears' preseason opener against the Chiefs.
By getting the Seahawks offsides on a fourth-down attempt, Fields also extended the drive.A 9-play, 44-yard touchdown drive by the Seahawks with 2:12 remaining was followed by a successful two-point attempt, cutting the margin to 16 points.