Bears lose again; Colts win

The Griese chants were ringing loud and clear at Solider Field Sunday night.

Rex Grossman through a 4th quarter interception that was returned for a touchdown by Anthony Henry as the Cowboys beat the Bears 34-10 in Chicago.

Henry had two interceptions on the day and leads the NFL with 4 for the season.

Grossman threw three interceptions on the night and completed just 15 of 32 passes for 195 yards.

The Bears tied the game at 10-10 in the 3rd quarter on a Cedric Benson touchdown run.

The Cowboys then scored 24 unanswered points with two touchdowns coming courtesy of Marian Barber.
The defending Super Bowl champion Colts held off a late Texans rally to improve to 3-0 with a 30-24 win on Sunday.

Joseph Addai rushed for two touchdowns and 72 yards.

Peyton Manning threw for just one touchdown but was 20 of 29 passing for 273 yards.
In Philadelphia, the Eagles handed the Lions their 1st loss of the season in destructive fashion with a 56-21 win.

Donovan McNabb threw for 381 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

Three of those touchdowns went to wideout Kevin Curtis, who had 221 yards receiving on the day.

The other TD went to Brian Westbrook. Westbrook had 111 yards receiving and 110 yards rushing. He also had 2 rushing touchdowns.

Jon Kitna threw for 446 yards in the loss. He was 29 of 46 with two touchdown and one interception.

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