The first quarter for the Chicago Bears was goo, with the defense holding the Houston Texans to a turnover and a punt on their first two drives. The Bears managed to jump out to a 7-0 as Jay Cutler led the offense down the field on their first possession, and Jeremy Langford looked good early on.
In the second quarter, however, the Texans offense found some success, and at one point they were 6/8 on 3rd down conversion attempts. The Bears defense wasn't playing badly, but they didn't do a good enough job getting pressure on Brock Osweiler either.
The second half starts off with the Bears getting the ball first, in a game that right now could go either way. We will see what type of halftime adjustments the Bears implement for the second half.
This is your 3rd Quarter Open Thread... Have fun!