Coach Lovie Smith was displeased by the Houston Texans' run defence after the Chicago Bears enjoyed a historic day on the ground.

Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills, in his second season, accepted blame for the team's 23-20 loss against the Chicago Bears.

Nevertheless, Houston's terrible run defence contributed to the Texans' loss even if they threw a costly interception in the last seconds of the game.

Khalil Herbert, the Bears' backup running back, shredded the Texans while Smith watched in frustration.

After David Montgomery was forced to leave the game due to injury, Herbert rushed for a career-high 157 yards on just 20 carries, scoring two touchdowns.

Herbert carried for more than 10 yards on multiple occasions, but none more than his 52-yard run at the 11:25 mark of the third quarter.

The Bears concluded the game with 281 yards on the ground, which is the highest in the team's history since 1984 thanks to Herbert's performance.

The Bears took a 19-17 lead over the Texans thanks to Herbert's play, which opened up a touchdown drive for them.

Smith was furious about more plays than just Herbert's 52-yard gain.

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