Bears can go to experienced Campbell if needed
CHICAGO – If Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has to miss any prolonged period of time after suffering a concussion, the offense will have an experienced hand at the helm this time.
Jason Campbell, an eighth-year NFL veteran with 70 career starts, saw his first extended action as Bears quarterback in their 13-6 loss Sunday night to the Houston Texans at Soldier Field.
Campbell was unable to rally the Bears for a victory against the Texans, at 8-1 the AFC’s best team, but he completed 11-of-19 passes for 94 yards. He played the entire second half and most of his passes were of the short, dump-off variety.
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