The Bears fall to 7-2 in loss to Houston Texans.
The Chicago Bears have seen their share of offensive struggles this season, and with QB Jay Cutler being knocked out in the first half with a concussion, the Houston Texans did just enough to knock off Lovie Smith's NFC North leader.
This will be the sixth concussion of Cutler's career, and his status for next week versus the 49ers won't be known for a few days.
Rookie defensive end Shea McClellin was also knocked out with a concussion, leaving the game early in the first quarter. His status for next week is also unknown.
Backup QB Jason Campbell failed to find any rhythm, but didn't get any help from the Bears tight ends, who had several dropped passes in the pouring rain at Soldier Field.
We know the Bears schedule for the rest of the season will be brutal, and the health of their starting quarterback will be crucial if they plan on making a push in the playoffs.
Overall, this game is one that the team will hope to forget about quickly, and regroup for next week's contest versus San Francisco.
We will have more tomorrow, but while you're still digesting, what are your thoughts?