Justin Fields passed for a touchdown and ran for another as the host Chicago Bears upset the NFC North-leading Detroit Lions 28-13 on Sunday.
Fields passed for 223 yards and rushed for 58 yards on 12 carries for Chicago (5-8), which avenged a road loss to Detroit.
DJ Moore caught six passes for 68 yards and also had a 16-yard rushing touchdown for the Bears.
Lions quarterback Jared Goff was limited to 161 yards and one touchdown and was intercepted twice. Jahmyr Gibbs rushed for 66 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries for Detroit (9-4).
The Lions had three turnovers and committed eight penalties for 59 yards.
The Bears took a 10-0 lead in the opening quarter but the Lions rallied to grab a 13-10 lead by halftime.
Chicago scored on its opening drive, as Fields rushed four times for 28 yards. The Bears scored with Fields lined up wide, as Moore took a direct snap and cut left on his 16-yard run.
Chicago also scored on its second possession, with Cairo Santos kicking a 46-yard field goal.
Detroit broke through midway through the second quarter on Gibbs’ 12-yard scoring run. That was set up by Goff’s 17-yard, fourth-down pass to Donovan Peoples-Jones. Riley Patterson missed the extra point.
The Lions gained the lead with 26 seconds left in the half on Goff’s 8-yard pass to Josh Reynolds.
Santos kicked a 25-yard field goal in the third quarter to finish off a 12-play drive and tie the score.
On fourth-and-13 late in the quarter, Fields connected with Moore on a 38-yard touchdown pass to give the Bears a 19-13 lead. The extra point try was blocked.
A fumbled Detroit snap gave the Bears a short field and they scored again in the opening minute of the fourth quarter. Fields scrambled to his right and scored from 11 yards out. A two-point conversion pass failed, leaving the score at 25-13.
Detroit gambled on fourth-and-1 from its own 34 and Gibbs was stopped for a 4-yard loss. The Bears turned that into three points as Santos made a 28-yard field goal.