On Saturday in Cleveland, the Bears' first-team offence and quarterback Justin Fields put on a display, scoring 21 straight points to defeat the Browns 21-20.

Fields at the first-team offence was on the field for 29 plays during his longest preseason outing, and he completed passes to 10 different players over the course of five drives, earning him a rating of 146.9.

In addition to completing throws to five different players on the drive, the second-year quarterback also ran for a first down, showcasing his versatility.

The Bears were given the ball at their own 48 on the following possession after the Browns' Cade York missed a 58-yard field goal attempt. Fields promptly advanced the offence down the field by connecting with receiver Equanimeous St. Brown for an 18-yard gain, followed by David Montgomery.

Justin Fields and the offence excelled in the preseason finale.

Jacoby Brissett, the quarterback for the Browns, was intercepted by Greg Stroman Jr. at the Chicago 38, giving the offence another chance to score. This was the first takeaway of the game for the Bears defence.

York made field goals of 57 and 46 yards in the closing two minutes of the second quarter to reduce the Bears' advantage to 21-6.

With two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Browns made a comeback to pull within one point of the Bears, 21-20, but with 2:31 left, the Bears blocked Cleveland's two-point conversion try to secure the victory.