Justin Fields, Bears Quarterback, Assisted by DJ Moore After Hit in Chicago’s Painful Loss to Kansas City

Justin Fields Pulled from Game by DJ Moore, Bears Lose to Chiefs

During Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields was pulled off the field by his teammate DJ Moore after appearing to stumble following a hit. Fields, visibly disoriented, took a roundabout path to the Bears’ huddle in the fourth quarter. Recognizing something was wrong, Moore directed Fields towards the sideline and signaled for the team’s medical staff to examine him. Fields was later cleared to return, but his performance suffered, completing only 11 of 22 passes for 99 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately, the Bears ultimately lost the game 41-10 in front of Taylor Swift, who was in attendance.

DJ Moore and Justin Fields

DJ Moore (left) and Justin Fields (right) during Sunday’s game in Kansas City

“Some things with Travis,” Mahomes explained, “he says it and you don’t know if it’s true or not, he says it so calmly.”

It turns out that Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce did invite Taylor Swift to watch their game at Arrowhead Stadium, as he casually mentioned to quarterback Patrick Mahomes during practice. Mahomes, who wasn’t sure if Kelce was being serious, soon realized the invitation was genuine. During the game, Mahomes threw for 272 yards and three touchdowns, while Kelce caught seven passes and scored a touchdown. The Chiefs dominated the Bears, winning 41-10. Swift, who was seen enthusiastically cheering from her suite throughout the game, was thrilled with the result.

Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire contributed touchdown runs, helping the Chiefs secure their victory against the struggling Bears. By the third quarter, the game was so one-sided that Mahomes and most of the Chiefs’ starters were able to rest. Meanwhile, the Bears faced a series of distractions and setbacks throughout the week, culminating in their disappointing performance. Despite the external noise, Bears’ coach Matt Eberflus emphasized the importance of staying focused and looking ahead to their next games. The loss against the Chiefs marked the Bears’ 13th consecutive loss.

“We’ve got to keep this thing tight in our locker room. That’s the most important thing,” said Eberflus. “There’s going to be a lot of outside noise, as there always is in the NFL. We’ve played three games so far in the season. We’ve got a great opportunity ahead of us.”

Taylor Swift cheering at the game

Taylor Swift cheering during the game alongside Donna Kelce

Leading up to the game, the Bears experienced a tumultuous week, with defensive coordinator Alan Williams resigning for health reasons and Fields retracting comments about his performance being influenced by coaching. Eberflus had to step in as the interim defensive coordinator, but it did little to slow down the Chiefs’ offense. Mahomes threw two touchdown passes to McKinnon, and Edwards-Helaire scored another touchdown, extending the Chiefs’ lead. Fields struggled throughout the game, with inaccuracies and missed opportunities. He threw an interception that led to a Bears’ touchdown. The Chiefs went into halftime with a commanding 34-0 lead and continued to dominate in the second half. Kelce added a touchdown catch, celebrating in the end zone alongside Swift and his mother.

“I need to be better,” admitted Fields.

Overall, it was a disappointing game for the Bears, while the Chiefs showcased their offensive prowess. The loss served as a reminder for the Bears to regroup and maintain focus amidst outside distractions. Meanwhile, Swift enjoyed the game from her suite, showing support for her rumored partner, Kelce. As Mahomes jokingly said, if the relationship pans out, he may have the opportunity to meet Swift himself.

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