The Bears opened the second quarter with a takeaway oaf their own when cornerback Tim Jennings caught his second interception of the game and eighth of the season to set the Chicago offense up at the Houston 38 yard-line. The Bears could only gain five yards off the turnover, however, and had to settle for Robbie Gould's 51-yard field goal to tie the game, 3-3.
With 7:31 left in the half, the Texans regained possession and began a seven play, 66-yard drive ending with Arian Foster catching a touchdown pass from Matt Schaub to give the Texans a 10-3 lead.
The Bears began their own drive following the score, moving the ball to the Texans 39-yard line. But Jay Cutler's second interception of the half ended any scoring threat and took the game to halftime with the Texans leading, 10-3.
Jay Cutler is 7-of-14 for 40 yards with two interceptions, and on the other side, Matt Schaub is 9-of-17 for 49 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.