Cutler's Stats: 7-of-14, 40 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions
Despite leaving the game early with an injury, Jay Cutler had a major impact on the game against the Houston Texans. However, his impact was negative, as he threw two early interceptions. Those interceptions came when the Chicago Bears had a chance to put points on the board.
Cutler's struggles in a prime-time setting continue. He just seems to lose focus when under the lights.
It's safe to say that the Bears would've won this game if Cutler didn't turn the ball over. Chicago's defense continues to play great football.
Campbell's Stats: 11-of-19, 94 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions
Jason Campbell was thrown into a tough situation. He had to deal with an excellent Houston Texans defense and terrible weather conditions. The Bears were able to remain in the game because of the defense and the fact that Campbell didn't turn the ball over.
However, he also didn't do a good job moving the offense. Too often, he checked down rather than attacking the defense. Some of those checkdowns were actually more dangerous than the deeper pass, as those routes were closely contested.