Chicago Bears lose to Baltimore Ravens; Andy Dalton swapped in as QB for Justin Fields after injury

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Baltimore's Lamar Jackson limped into Soldier Field before being ruled out with an illness Sunday against the Chicago Bears.

The Ravens back-up quarterback, Tyler Huntley, then made his first career start and beat a shorthanded Bears defense with a stunning last minute drive for a 16-13 win.

Justin Fields and the offense were slow out of the bye week and were shut out of the first half before the rookie got hit hard in the third quarter and went to the locker room with a rib injury. He did not return.

Back-up QB Andy Dalton took over the offense throwing for 178 yards and two touchdowns to give the Bears a four-point lead with about 90 seconds to play.

However, it didn't matter. The defense couldn't stop Huntley.

The Ravens bac- up put together a five play, 72 yard game winning drive that extended the Bears losing streak to five games.

Roquan Smith led the defense with 11 tackles in the first half and finished with 17. Robert Quinn has three of the Bears six sacks in a losing effort.

The Bears, now 3-7, will stand by for the status of Justin Fields on a short week. They will travel to Detroit to kick off Thanksgiving Football on Thursday.
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