Justin Fields

What to make of Justin Fields’ performance against the Lions

Justin Fields ran out of gas against the Detroit Lions in Week 17’s 41-10 blowout loss. After gaining more than 100 rushing yards in the first quarter, Fields’ legs seemed to give out on him. It was all downhill from there.

Fields completed just seven-of-21 passes for 75 yards. He threw one touchdown and an interception. His lone touchdown pass came on a 13-yard toss to tight end Cole Kmet in the first quarter. Fields ran for 132 yards, bringing him just 64 yards away from breaking Lamar Jackson’s single-season quarterback rushing record. He’ll get a chance to surpass Jackson in Week 18’s season finale against the Minnesota Vikings.

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