Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears snatched an important road win in Week 5 against the Las Vegas Raiders, and it’s perhaps thanks in large to the support they got from fans.

The game at Allegiant Stadium certainly didn’t feel like a road game for the Bears at all, especially since several Chicago fans took the trip to Las Vegas to cheer for the squad. Hearing the loud support, the visitors didn’t disappoint as they edged out the home team 20-9.

Fields had a solid outing for the Bears despite leaving briefly in the first quarter after a scary hit. The young QB finished with 111 yards on 12-of-20 pass completion en route to one touchdown. While Chicago did a good job limiting Derek Carr and the Raiders’ offense, he didn’t forget to give credit to the fans who rallied them throughout the contest.

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“Definitely inspiring. Shout out to the Bears fans. I hope they show up to all the road games,” Fields said of the massive support in Las Vegas, per Mark Grote of WSCR Radio.

The Bears have now won their second straight game for the first time this season after a 1-2 start to the campaign–which includes losses to the Los Angeles Rams and Cleveland Browns. Justin Fields and Co. will be hoping to keep the momentum going in their favor, and they will certainly need all the support they can get from the fans.

Chicago will play at home next, so a louder support is expected. They could really use that as well since they’ll be facing a streaking Green Bay Packers squad that hasn’t lost since Week 1.