The Chicago Bears’ 2016 season opener against the Houston Texans was a tale of two halves. Everything seemed to be going fine in the first half. Chicago actually ended the first quarter with the lead; this was something that they did only once in 2015. But, the second half saw the gradual decline of a Bears offense that accumulated only 71 total yards, and a defense that couldn’t contain a flashy rookie receiver. The Bears’ 23-14 loss to the Texans marks the fourth consecutive loss to Houston (0-4 all-time), and the third straight year in which Chicago has lost a season opener. Let’s take a look at just how bad this was.