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Week 1 Sept. 9 Jacksonville Win 26-23 (OT) Week 2 Sept. 16 at Indy Loss 23-20 Week 3 Sept. 23 San Fran. Win 24-13 Week 4 Sept. 30 at Detroit Win 20-13 Week 5 Oct. 7 Tennessee Win 30-7 Week 6 Oct. 14 at Washington Loss 38-26 Week 7 Oct. 21 Arizona Win 21-14 Week 8 Oct. 25 Tampa Bay Loss 36-17 Week 9 Nov. 4 at Seattle Loss 30-20 Week 10 Nov. 11 Detroit Win 34-24 Week 11 Nov. 18 Bye Week 12 Nov. 25 at Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 13 Dec. 2 at Green Bay Noon Ch. 9 Week 14 Dec. 9 Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 15 Dec. 16 at St. Louis Noon Ch. 9 Week 16 Dec. 23 at Houston Noon Ch. 9 Week 17 Dec. 30 Green Bay Noon Ch. 9

Chart: Looking ahead (after the bye week) to the Bears

  • November 12, 2012 - 6:53 AM

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CHICAGO (7-2)

The Bears lead the NFL in interceptions (19), recording two more Sunday night, and have returned seven of them for touchdowns. They also forced 16 fumbles.

BEARS WEEK 10

Houston 13, Chicago 6

The Bears, ranked 24th in the league in offense, suffered a blow when QB Jay Cutler left the game because of a concussion.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Jay Cutler, QB

It's too early to say what his status will be two weeks from now. The addition of WR Brandon Marshall has rejuvenated Cutler, who connected with the wideout 61 times for seven touchdowns.

OUTLOOK

The Bears have a Monday night game at San Francisco before facing the Vikings, who will be rested after a bye week. Still, the Bears defense awaits on a cold field. Outlook: Horns down.

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