Ever since they returned from their mini-bye following a "Thursday Night Football" loss to the Washington Commanders, the Chicago Bears have pivoted their offense to being focused around the unique skillset of quarterback Justin Fields. 

Across three games, Fields has completed 47 of 72 passes (65.3%) for 453 yards (6.2 per attempt), with six touchdowns against one interception, while also running the ball 37 (!) times for 320 yards (8.7 per attempt) and three additional scores. He was so electric last week against the Miami Dolphins that he was named the NFC's Offensive Player of the Week -- a well-deserved honor given that he set a new regular-season record for rushing yards by a quarterback (178) and totaled four touchdowns.

Fields' next opponent is the division rival Detroit Lions, whose head coach knows he has a challenge in front of him when it comes to slowing Fields down.