Houston Texans vs Chicago Bears: Final Game Grades and Player Analysis

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Houston Texans vs Chicago Bears: Final Game Grades and Player Analysis

The weather was sloppy and so was the field. The Bears could not muster up much of anything on offense and lost to the Texans 13-6. 

Jay Cutler left the game after the first half with a concussion after taking a blow to the head. He finished with a quarterback rating of just 16.7 and had two interceptions. The Bears had four turnovers on the night. 

Arian Foster had a big first half for the Texans but was shut down in the second half. He finished the game with 102 yards on the ground in 29 carries. He had the game's only touchdown, a two-yard pass from Matt Schaub. 

Brandon Marshall was the Bears biggest offensive threat with eight catches for 107 yards. Matt Forte finished with only 39 yards on the ground and Jason Campbell had a ton of check downs with only 94 yards through the air on 11 completions. 45 of those yards came on one pass to Marshall. 

The Bears are now 7-2 and still atop the NFC North. They will prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers next week who finished in a tie with the St. Louis Rams

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