The word has already been out regarding the Chicago Bears and their dismal passing numbers through three games of the 2022 NFL season. Despite the Bears being 2-1 following their 23-20 victory over the Houston Texans, the overarching story continues to be the lack of passing in each one of their games.
The Chicago Bears traded four draft picks to have a chance at getting quarterback Justin Fields. After all, he was a can’t-miss prospect after having 2,100 passing yards, 383 rushing yards, and 27 total touchdowns in his final year at Ohio State.
The Chicago Bears did enough in this game to win at home against the Houston Texans by a score of 23-20. It was a game the team should have won, so Matt Eberflus and the rest of the staff should be content with the team for coming away with a win.
Bears running back Khalil Herbert carried the offense on his back in Sunday’s 23-20 victory over the Texans. Herbert had a career day against Houston, where he carried the ball 20 times for 157 yards (7.9 yards per carry) and two touchdowns.
After the Chicago Bears win over the Houston Texans the team has moved to 2-1 on the season. It is still early, but considering so many in the media had this team destined for the number one overall pick, this has to be an inspiring start to the Matt Eberflus era.
Contrary to popular belief given the panic amongst fans, the Chicago Bears found themselves with a victory on Sunday, defeating the Houston Texans 23-20 on a last-second field goal by Cairo Santos to improve to 2-1 on the season.
The Chicago Bears came away with an ugly but much-needed win at home against the Houston Texans in Week 3. The defense was able to keep the Houston Texans from taking the lead late in the fourth quarter after a huge tip drill interception from Roquan Smith.
The Chicago Bears defeated the Houston Texans 23-20 to advance to 2-1 on the season. But while it was far from a pretty performance, it was a win. The Bears had 281 rushing yards against the Texans, the most in a game for Chicago since 1984.
Bears running back David Montgomery made an early exit from Sunday’s win over the Texans. Montgomery hurt his leg while pass blocking in the first quarter of the 23-20 victory and he did not return to the field with what the team called ankle and knee injuries, but head coach Matt Eberflus offered an optimistic [more]
The Chicago Bears win over the Houston Texans was a full-on effort and took a variety of huge plays to win the game. An easy way to break things down would be to look at the five plays that may have the biggest impact on the outcome of the game.
Roquan Smith stepped in front of Rex Burkhead to pick off a Davis Mills pass deflected by teammate Angelo Blackson at the line of scrimmage Sunday, and the Bears had the field position after his return to beat the Houston Texans on a Cairo Santos' game-winning 30-yard field goal.
Lovie Smith and the Houston Texans came to town on Sunday afternoon. But throughout a wildly mediocre game from both teams, the Chicago Bears were able to shut down their opponents thanks to solid defense.
The Chicago Bears (2-1) defeated the Houston Texans (0-2-1) in a 23-20 victory to get back in the win column following a brutal Week 2 loss. While this win featured some encouraging things, including Khalil Herbert’s career day and Roquan Smith and Eddie Jackson’s performances, there are still some concerns for this young Bears team.
Cairo Santos kicked a game-winning 30-yard field goal as time expired, and Khalil Herbert rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns to boost the Chicago Bears to a 23-20 victory against the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon.
Chicago Bears starting running back David Montgomery went down in the first quarter of their Week 3 matchup against the Houston Texans. Montgomery walked to the locker room on his own but is doubtful to return with an ankle/knee injury.
As Bears quarterback Justin Fields took a shotgun snap on 4th-and-goal from the Green Bay Packers 1-yard line in Sunday’s 27-10 loss at Lambeau Field, it appeared Chicago had cut its deficit to just one score with 8:13 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Watch enough sports and you are probably going to see something you have never seen before. With that in mind, let us take you to Chicago for Sunday's season opening game between the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers.