Wide receiver D.J. Moore wasted no time finding the endzone in the Chicago Bears‘ Pre-Season opener against the Tennessee Titans.
On his first catch in a Bears’ uniform from quarterback Justin Fields, Moore took the ball 62 yards to the house for the first unofficial touchdown of his Bears’ career.
Chicago Bears wide receiver D.J. Moore was electric on his first catch of the Pre-Season.
When the Bears acquired Moore from the Carolina Panthers in March, there was excitement over the fact that Fields was finally going to be paired with a wide receiver that can change the game with one play.
Moore wasted no time in proving that on Saturday as immediately after catching the swing pass from Fields, the new Bears’ primary wide receiver turned on the afterburners and flew past defenders for the touchdown.
The start to the Pre-Season could not have gone any better for the Bears offense as there was instant gratification in the connection that Fields has with Moore.
Not to be outdone by Moore, Bears’ running back Khalil Herbert had his own big play.
Safe to say, it was a successful day at the office for the Bears first-team offense as they begin their preparations for the regular season.