Justin Fields' promising second season has itself a historic chapter following the Bears quarterback's latest performance on Sunday.

With 178 rushing yards in a losing effort against the Miami Dolphins, Fields set the NFL record for rushing yards by a QB in a single regular-season game. The record was previously held by none other than Michael Vick, who had 173 yards against the Vikings in Week 13, 2002. The all-time QB rushing record is held by Colin Kaepernick, who rushed for 181 yards in a playoff game in 2013.

Fields' impressive day running the ball includes a thrilling 61-yard touchdown run in the third quarter that kept the Bears afloat against the high-powered Dolphins offense. Averaging 11.9 yards per attempt on Sunday, Fields' play-making capabilities on the ground have so far highlighted his noticeable growth in 2022, but the 23-year-old also showed a pronounced development as a passer amid his historic outing.