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After an incredible performance that featured 147 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is the FedEx Ground Player of the Week for the NFL's Week 10 action. 

Fields' incredible performance featured a 67-yard touchdown run, giving the Bears a lead late in Sunday's game. However, the defense allowed the Lions to score late, ultimately leading to the loss. Nonetheless, Fields continued to ball out and show Chicago he is the franchise quarterback fans have always wanted. 

In addition to the two rushing touchdowns and 147 rushing yards, Fields accumulated 167 yards through the air and two passing touchdowns on just 12 completions. The offense is continuing to work at an incredible pace with Fields leading the way. Ideally, his passing attempts will increase, but the rushing threat will always remain with Fields at quarterback. 

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This is the second FedEx Ground Player of the Week honor for the Chicago Bears as a team. Khalil Herbert was honored with the award after 157 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries against the Houston Texans back in Week 3. 

The Bears will play the Falcons this week. With Khalil Herbert out, and David Montgomery and Cole Kmet missing practice on Wednesday, Fields might be asked to do a lot once again for Chicago on Sunday.