Justin Fields had quite an adventure in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game between the Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings.

The Chicago quarterback had two lost fumbles in the final period of the contest, but he's lucky enough that those errors did not ultimately cost his team a loss, as the Bears made the necessary stops and plays on offense to come away with a 12-10 victory.

Justin Fields opens up about miscues vs. Vikings

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It was not the sexiest of wins, but the Bears surely would take a victory any way they could. Following the game, Justin Fields opened up about his miscues and how his team stayed resilient despite those to get the win (h/t Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk).

“First off, can’t fumble. Need better ball security on that,” Fields said. “Guys never wavered, so the guys in the locker room, I appreciate them for sticking beside me and believing in me. The defense did a great job by getting the ball back for the last drive and the offense did a great job executing those plays, so it felt great.”

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Justin Fields concluded the night with 217 passing yards on 27-for-37 completions. While he was not able to throw for a touchdown and got sacked three times, Fields still managed to show off his arm and athleticism. He had 59 rushing yards on 12 carries and connected 11 times with wide receiver DJ Moore for 114 yards.

With that win, Fields and the Bears will enter their bye in Week 13 feeling good before taking on the Detroit Lions in Week 14 at home.