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The Houston Texans will take on the host Chicago Bears on Sunday in a Week 3 matchup. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. ET from Soldier Field. Coverage will be televised on CBS.

The Texans followed up a 20-20 tie with the Indianapolis Colts by narrowly losing 16-9 at the Denver Broncos. Texans quarterback Davis Mills completed 19 of his 38 passes for 177 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. The Texans’ defense forced Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson (14-for-31, 219 yards, one touchdown, one interception) into a middling performance. 

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The host Green Bay Packers handed the Bears their first loss of the season in Week 2 on Sunday Night Football. The Packers beat the Bears 27-10 behind 132 yards and a touchdown on the ground from running back Aaron Jones. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed 19 of his 25 passes for 234 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions against the Bears’ defense. 

Nicholas Morrow and Roquan Smith led the Bears with 11 tackles apiece. 

Bears quarterback Justin Fields completed seven of his 11 passes for just 70 yards, no touchdowns, and an interception. Bears running back David Montgomery rushed for 122 yards on 15 carries. 

The Texans’ offense is ranked tied for 26th in points per game (14.5), while also being 24th in passing yards (188.0), and 27th in rushing yards (78.5). Mills has a quarterback rating of 80.8 and has been sacked six times. 

Wide receiver Brandin Cooks leads the Texans with 11 receptions for 136 yards and six first downs. Tight end O.J. Howard has two touchdowns for a total of 38 yards. Running back Dameon Pierce has totaled 102 yards on his 26 carries with eight first downs. Running back Rex Burkhead has 14 carries for 40 yards and a first down. 

The Texans’ defense ranks tied for 22nd in points per game allowed (18.0). Defensive end Jerry Hughes has notched two sacks, a tackle for a loss, an interception, and a forced fumble.  Safety Jonathan Owens is tops on the Texans with 25 tackles. Linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill has tallied the second most with 23 tackles. Safety Jalen Pitre and cornerback Derek Stingley each have collected 15 tackles. Linebacker Christian Kirksey has 14 tackles, an interception, and a fumble recovery. 

The Bears’ offense ranks eighth in rushing yards (139.5) while also being tied for 26th in points per game (14.5), and last in passing yards (76.5). Fields’ quarterback rating is 69.2 and he’s been sacked five times. 

Montgomery leads the Bears in rushing with 148 yards and six first downs on 32 carries. Khalil Herbert has added 83 yards, a touchdown, and four first downs on the ground. 

No receiver on the Bears has over 60 yards. Equanimeous St. Brown has three receptions for 57 yards, a touchdown, and two first downs. Wide receiver Dante Pettis’ lone catch is the longest of the season for the Bears (51-yard touchdown). 

The Bears’ defense ranks tied for 20th in points per game allowed (18.5). Smith leads the Bears with 20 tackles. Morrow is second on the Bears with 17 tackles. Safety Eddie Jackson has 13 tackles and an interception. Linebacker Trevis Gipson has tallied two sacks. 

Prior to Sept. 23, notable players on the injury list for the Texans included five players all listed as questionable: Cornerback Isaac Yiadom, offensive tackle Austin Deculus, defensive tackle Kurt Hinish, and tight ends Brevin Jordan and Pharaoh Brown

Before Sept. 23, key players on the injury list for the Bears had five players all categorized as questionable: tight end Ryan Griffin, linebackers Smith and Matthew Adams, wide receiver Velus Jones Jr., and cornerback Jaylon Johnson

The Bears are favored by 2.5 points against the Texans. For the money line, it’s Texans +130 and Bears -155. The over/under is set for 40 points. With both offenses still finding their footing, figure on the under to occur. 

The Bears will cover the spread and remain undefeated at home. 

Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert. 

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