Chicago Bears, Brian Urlacher aren't looking past Titans with Texans, 49ers looming

Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

The Chicago Bears remain focused on the Tennessee Titans.

Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher says the team isn't looking beyond their game versus the Tennessee Titans this Sunday as they begin the most difficult part of their schedule in the coming weeks.

After Tennessee this Sunday, Chicago will play San Francisco and Houston in consecutive weeks. At 6-1, the Bears are tied with the Houston Texans for the second-best record in the NFL behind the 7-0 Atlanta Falcons.

Urlacher told The Waddle and Silvy Show that the team treats all games like big games and the coaching staff won't let the team relax this week.

The Titans are coming off a 19-13 overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts which dropped them to 3-4 on the season. Tennessee is 1-1 on the year against NFC North opponents as they defeated the Detroit Lions in Week 3 but lost to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 5.

The Bears are going for their sixth straight win on Sunday.

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