Trubisky and the Bears Obliterated the Texans in a Embarrassingly Lopsided 36-7 Victory

Riding a 410 yards total offensive output, the Chicago Bears obliterated the Houston Texans in a embarrassingly lopsided victory of 36-7, Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020 in Soldier Field in Chicago. Contributing to this victory, Mitchell Trubisky threw the football for 267 yards, and three touchdowns. The Bears also had a rushing game that produced 169 yards and one rushing touchdown.

Trubisky contributed to this win by completing 24 of 33 passes, finishing the game with 267 yards, zero interceptions, three touchdowns and a QB rating of 126.70.

David Montgomery and Ryan Nall led the rushing game for the Bears. Montgomery rushed for 113 yards from carrying the football 11 times. Montgomery was helped by Nall who carried the football zero times for a total of no yards. In the passing game, Trubisky was most successful throwing the ball to Darnell Mooney and Allen Robinson. Mooney caught two passes for a total of 22 yards, while Robinson contributed with 123 yards from nine passes.

On the defensive side of the football, the Bears produced two forced fumbles, three tackles for loss, seven sacks and no defensive touchdowns.

Deshaun Watson led the Texans in a losing effort with 219 yards, completing 21 of 30 passes, no interceptions, and one touchdown, for a QB rating of 101.90.

The Texans’ rushing game was led by Buddy Howell and Duke Johnson. For the game, Howell carried the ball 11 times, rushed for 42 yards, and zero touchdowns. Johnson supplemented and carried the ball a total of eight times for a total of 26 yards. Meanwhile Chad Hansen and Steven Mitchell were the top 2 aerial passing targets for the Texans. Hansen caught seven passes from Watson for a total of 56 yards, while Mitchell contributed with 38 yards from three passes.

In a losing effort, the Texans defense contributed with three sacks , zero forced fumbles, no tackles for loss, and zero defensive touchdowns for the game.

After the win, the Bears now have a 6-7 record, compared to the Texans who now have a 4-9 record.