Six Moments That Shaped the Bears Loss

Chicago lost for the second time this season. Losing Jay Cutler and Shea McClellin hurt, as did these plays that shaped the game.

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During the Bears' first offensive series, Kellen Davis fumbled the ball after a huge hit by former Bear Danieal Manning. Though the Texans only got a field goal out of the turnover, it set the tone for a bad half. Davis also dropped a key pass late in the game. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
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Houston's Arian Foster had a huge first half, including a 21-yard gain that set Houston up for a touchdown. Foster finished with 102 yards. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
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Jay Cutler threw a forward pass just past the line of scrimmage, so the play was called back. When he released the ball, he withstood a huge hit to the head from Dobbins. Next play, he ran for the first down. He finished out the half, but left the game with a concussion. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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After coming in for Cutler, Jason Campbell needed to show he could get the ball to Marshall, too. He did, hitting him for a 45-yard pass in tight coverage. The drive ended with a field goal. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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In the fourth quarter, the Bears were down by four. Robbie Gould was sent in for a 48-yard field goal. Usually, he can handle bad weather at Soldier Field, but the ball hit the upright. The Bears remained a touchdown away. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Halfway through the fourth quarter, Matt Schaub hit Garrett Graham for a short pass to get the Texans in better field goal position. Graham fought for a few extra yards, setting up a 42-yarder that iced the game. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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