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Corey Wootton #98 of the Chicago Bears grabs Arian Foster #23 of the Houston Texans by the facemask as he tackles him at Soldier Field. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
After wild games in Cincinnati, New Orleans, and San Francisco, there was a big game happening in the Windy City between two of the powerhouses in the league.
It was hard to say what was going to happen coming into this one, but at the end of the night it was the Houston Texans who went home with another win as they defeated the Chicago Bears in a defensive war by a 13-6 mark.
There’s no doubt that this game would’ve gone differently if the weather hadn’t added an extra hurdle to jump over, but as Bears’ linebacker Brian Urlacher said before the game:
“Both teams have to deal with it.”
Deal with it they did.
With the high-powered offense of the Texans and the turnover factory that is the Bears’ defense, it looked like this game would pit strength against strength. But at halftime it was Houston’s defense that ...
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In what could end up being a Super Bowl preview, the Houston Texans will travel to Chicago and face the Bears on Sunday night at Soldier Field. Both teams are 7-1 and can boast to have 1 of the leagues most talented defenses, as well as having 2 complete offenses with the ability to throw and run the ball with the best in the game. With the game being played in the nasty conditions...
It wasn't pretty. Bad weather and a hostile Chicago crowd is usually a bad sign, but the Houston Texans put together a gritty defensive perfromance to get the win vs. the Chicago Bears 13-6.
Early in the game, we saw yet another QB leave the game with a concussion. Bears QB Jay Cutler joined the 49ers' Alex Smith and the Eagles' Michael Vick to leave the game after...
Talk about a heavyweight bout, the Houston Texans went into Soldier Field and came out with a huge 13-6 win against the Chicago Bears. In a rainy setting on a sloppy field, the Texans were able to put together enough offense, play stout defense and put together enough special teams coverage to come out with a huge win.
- Don’t look now but Kareem Jackson is turning...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar did not travel home from Chicago with the team because of a possible blood clot.
Kollar missed Sunday night's game against the Bears because of the issue. He was experiencing shortness of breath before the game and a team trainer sent him to the hospital for tests. He wasn't allowed to return to the field.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writer It wasn't pretty, but the Houston Texans found a way to beat the Bears and escape Chicago tied for the best record in the NFL.
Now the Texans (8-1) are preparing for one of the NFL's worst teams in Jacksonville, focused on improving as they inch closer to their goal of reaching the Super Bowl.
CHICAGO -- The Houston Texans got a diving catch by Arian Foster in the second quarter for the game's only touchdown, and they held on to beat the Chicago Bears 13-6 Sunday night in a steady rain. The Texans (8-1) took four first-half takeaways from the Bears and knocked Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler out of the game with a concussion -- albeit on a hit that was penalized....
Houston forced three turnovers in the first quarter and Shayne Graham kicked a 20-yard field goal to give the Texans a 3-0 lead over the Chicago Bears through one period at a rainy Soldier Field on Sunday night.
After the Texans went three and out on the opening possession, they got the ball back after former Bears defensive back Danieal Manning jarred the ball loose from tight...
The Texans’ second Sunday night appearance of the season earned good enough numbers for NBC. The Week 9 edition of “Sunday Night Football,” pitting the 7-1 Texans against the 7-1 Bears, earned a 13.7 overnight rating on NBC — down 6% from Patriots/Jets last year (14.5), and down 4% from Patriots/Steelers in 2010 (14.2). The 13.7 overnight is the lowest for “SNF” in Week...
Chicago had one of its worst overall performances in a 13-6 home loss on Sunday night to the Houston Texans, a game in which the offense turned the ball over four times.
There weren't many style points in this one. J.J. Watt wasn't interested in them, anyway. All that mattered was the result, and the Houston Texans will take that along with everything else they took from this game.
Bears star cornerback Charles Tillman is active for Sunday's game against Houston, while Texans tight end Owen Daniels is out because of a back injury.
There was some question about Tillman's status after he told a Chicago radio station he might not be available because his wife, Jackie, is due to give birth to a girl - the couple's fourth child. He later posted on Twitter...
This week Jeremy Stoltz of BearReport.com joined me to answer some questions about the Bears vs. Texans game. Six questions, six answers answering keys to a Bears victory over the 7-1 Houston Texans. Jeremy cohosts Bear Report Radio which usually appears on Friday mornings on both sites.
1. With the Texans such a strong running team and Major Wright a strong in the box...
The Chicago Bears (7-1) welcome the Houston Texans (7-1) to Soldier Field for a big Sunday night matchup.
The Bears are 0-2 all-time against the Texans. The last time these two teams met was in 2008, when the Texans knocked off the Kyle Orton led Bears in 2008, 31-24.
The Bears are coming off a 51-20 blowout win over the Titans in Week Nine.
The Texans won their second game in a...
This week in the NFL we saw some surprising victories and some blowouts. Going on my eyeball test, here are my Conference Top 5 power rankings this week.
You know that Arian Foster and the Texas are the #1 team in the AFC. Which nine teams fill out the rest of Trevor’s Conference Top 5 Power Rankings? (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)
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5. Seattle Seahawks
I had the...