The Chicago Bears trail the Houston Texans at the end of one quarter on a rainy Sunday Night Football, 3-0.
The Bears seemingly recovered a fumble on the opening kick-off, and although the ruling was overturned as the Houston returner's knee was down, the loose ball was a sign of things to come. Chicago has turned the ball over three times, two fumbles and one interception, and Houston has added one interception of their own in what has been a wet, sloppy game thus far.
Houston scored the only points of the game off the Bears first turnover. Tight end Kellen Davis fumbled on a devastating hit from Texans defensive back Daniel Manning, setting the Texans up in Bears' territory. The drive stalled, but Shayne Graham converted the field goal to give Houston the lead.
Jay Cutler is 4-of-5 for 29 yards and one interceptions for the Bears, while running back Matt Forte has three carries for five yards on the ground.