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Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher left Sunday night’s game impressed by the Texans. Urlacher called running back Arian Foster a “bad ass” after the game was over and congratulated Texans safety Danieal Manning after Manning intercepted Jay Cutler inUpvote Share Tweet
Bears coach Love Smith said quarterback Jay Cutler is ‘’feeling a lot better today’’ after suffering a concussion against the Houston Texans on Sunday night and is hopeful Cutler will play next Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers.Upvote Share TweetNext Monday night’s game between the Bears and the 49ers features a pair of quarterbacks who may miss the game due to concussions. One of those quarterbacks could be moving closer to playing. 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters that Alex Smith “slUpvote Share TweetAfter the Chicago Bears' 13-6 loss to the Houston Texans, here are three issues that merit further examination: Bears coach Lovie Smith acknowledged Monday that "we think" quarterback Jay Cutler suffered his concussion on a hit by Texans lineb…Upvote Share Tweet
Bears fans get married at tailgate before team’s disastrous lossyahoo.com Updated Nov 12, 2012The Chicago Bears' loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday was not a game most Bears fans want to remember. Jay Cutler and Shea McClellin left with concussions. The team turned the ball over four times in the first half. It was cold, rainy, and it halted t…Upvote Share Tweet
PFT Live: 49ers talk with Matt Maiocco, Bears talk with John MullinAnother Sunday is in the books and another Monday spent making sense of everything that went down is underway. PFT Live will jump on that train Monday by looking at two of the NFC’s leading lights who wound up with unhappy results and concussed quarterbUpvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Nov 12, 2012How to describe the NFL's first tie in four years? Bizarre. But through the odd plays, big mistakes and bad calls, one lesson in particular stands out, Peter King writes of Week 10.Upvote Share TweetBefore Sunday night’s impressive 13-6 win over the Bears in a rainy and windy Soldier Field, Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar wasn’t feeling well. As explained by Mark Berman of FOX 26 in Houston, Kollar became ill. He was taken to a local hoUpvote Share Tweet
BBAO: NFC North race tightensESPN.com Updated Nov 12, 2012We're Black and Blue All Over: Well then. A few things changed in this division after I departed the Metrodome early Sunday evening. The Chicago Bears lost for only the second time this season, a 13-6 defeat to the Houston Texans that tightened our NFC …Upvote Share TweetIf you want to earn the respect of a hard-hitting defense, you have to be hard-hitting yourself. So it was no surprise the Bears were impressed with Texans running back Arian Foster last night. “He’s a bad ass,” Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher said,Upvote Share Tweet
Don Banks: Texans prove they're ready for the elementsCNNSI.com Updated Nov 12, 2012CHICAGO -- Covering a Ravens-Texans game last month on a beautiful sun-splashed Sunday afternoon in Houston, I couldn't help but notice the powers that be elected to keep the roof at Reliant Stadium closed, even though the weather couldn't have been muc…Upvote Share Tweet
Countdown Daily Insight: No Cutler, No Wins?Nov 12Prim Siripipat and Eric Allen talk about whether or not the Bears can win without Jay Cutler
Cutler Concussed In Loss To TexansNov 12Jeff Dickerson and Michael Wright discuss Jay Cutler's concussion in the Bears' loss to the Texans.
Peter King: Lots to like in Week 10, but one weird game stands above the r…Nov 12Tie Trivia as we wrap up another week in the playoff race to determine who'll square off in New Orleans:
Don Banks: Texans prove they're ready for the elementsNov 12CHICAGO -- Covering a Ravens-Texans game last month on a beautiful sun-splashed Sunday afternoon in Houston, I couldn't help but notice the powers that be elected to keep the roof at Reliant Stadium closed, even though the weather couldn't have been muc…