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Houston Texans' Danieal Manning has pleasant trip back to Chicago

Houston safety Danieal Manning made an impact in his return to Chicago as the Texans defeated the Bears 13-6.

David Banks

Houston Texans' safety Danieal Manning had a good game in his return to Chicago. The former Bear played a big part in the Texans 13-6 victory over Chicago this past Sunday. Manning had an interception, a forced fumble, and three tackles in the game.

Manning caused Bears' tight end Kellen Davis to fumble on Chicago's first offensive play of the game, which led to a Texans' field goal. Later in the first quarter Manning intercepted a Jay Cutler pass.

The Bears selected Manning in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft out of Abilene Christian University. Manning played five seasons in Chicago before joining the Houston Texans as a free agent in 2011. He was a 2008 All-Pro selection as a member of the Bears. This season, he has 35 tackles, four pass deflections, and two interceptions through nine games for the Texans. After beating the Bears on Sunday, Houston improved to 8-1.