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Bears vs Texans recap

The Chicago Bears just get past the Texans! The Chicago Bears beat the Houston Texans by a score of 23-20 in a very ugly win. Yes we won I’m always going to enjoy it when the Bears get a victory but it wasn’t in the most fashionable way. There were a lot bad snaps, fumbles, terrible thrown balls by Fields, and much more. Going into this one I thought it would be a game where the Bears would clean up. But I was wrong this game was close for most of it. Going into halftime that was anyone’s game. I’m glad the Bears were able to come away with that one. We were able to sneak out with a victory because of someone by the name of Khalil Herbert. This man had himself a day. He was getting all of the touches due to our starting running back David Montgomery going out in the first half with a knee injury. But that didn’t stop the Bears from sticking to their game plan. They continued to hand the ball off and grind it out and have Khalil Herbert finish his day with 157 yards and 2 touchdowns. Herbert is such a great backup to have behind Montgomery his playstyle is perfect for it and he will only get better. Herbert is definitely the player of the game but the play of the game was made by Roquan Smith. This man is all over the field and proved that while picking off a pass with 1 minute left. Roquan was going to jump on a pass and happened to be in front of the ball due to it being deflected. That pick sealed the deal and had the Bears in chip shot field goal range for Cairo Santos which gave us our very ugly victory 23-20.

That is my Bears postgame recap! Let me know your thoughts about this game and what the Bears need to improve on. Stay tuned to my upcoming article I will write on the Bears next matchup against the New York Giants. A team I think we can definitely beat I don’t see how the Giants are any better of a team than we are. Thank you so much for reading and Bear Down!

How Bears won behind Roquan Smith, Khalil Herbert when Justin Fields played  like 'trash' - The Athletic