SNF Highlights: Texans 13 – Bears 6

11/12/2012

CHICAGO – Arian Foster scored the game’s lone touchdown as the Texans beat the Bears in windy, wet conditions at Soldier Field on Sunday Night Football.

The rain slowed late in the second quarter, as Matt Schaub hit Foster on a 2-yard pass to cap a 60-yard drive.

On a night with less than ideal conditions, the teams combined for six total turnovers – four by Chicago, who also lost Jay Cutler for the entire second half when he suffered a concussion on a hit just before halftime.

Dave Sims and James Lofton called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Arian Foster dives to grab Matt Schaub’s pass to put Houston up 10-3)

(Jay Cutler is hit hard and eventually leaves the game with a concussion)

(Listen to Tim Dobbins’ postgame interview with DGS sideline reporter Hub Arkush)

(Postgame recap from Dave Sims and James Lofton)

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