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Chicago Bears tight end Kellen Davis (87) drops a pass in the second quarter at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, November 11, 2012. (Chris Sweda/ Chicago Tribune)
The Bears’ offense flat out stunk on Sunday night. The Texans’ offense played the way the Bears typically do to win 13-6.
RB Matt Forte was completely shut down adding just 39 yards on 16 carries. His longest run was eight yards and he tripped on the poor field conditions on that play.
He had a big drop on a nice pass from backup QB Jason Campbell late in the fourth quarter.
The Bears tried to established the run, but really couldn’t. Michael Bush added some nice runs in the game.
His first run came on a fourth-and-one in the first quarter which he picked up, but then fumbled the ball away. The Bears turned the ball over four times compared to the Texans who had two turnovers.
Bush later broke off a 20 yard run in the fourth quarter, but the Bears went away from the run despite the success with him in the backfield.
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