The Chicago Bears got a huge win this past weekend against the Las Vegas Raiders which got the Bears into second place in the NFC North.
As the Bears sit at 3-2, they had a scary moment as quarterback Justin Fields looked a little banged up.
While the Bears were winning, the Raiders were getting plenty of shots in on Fields and he ended up hyperextending his left knee.
The injury happened in the second quarter and head coach Matt Nagy gave an update regarding Fields' status.
Nagy says the all tests were positive and Fields should be good to go for Week 6.
Great news for the Bears!
#Bears QB Justin Fields underwent tests today on the left knee he hyperextended Sunday, and sources say he should be good to go. Matt Nagy praised the toughness of Fields, who suffered the injury in the second quarter but missed just two plays in a big win over the #Raiders.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 11, 2021