The Texans wrapped up their week of practice Friday with some work inside NRG Stadium.
Bill O'Brien and company host Chicago at noon CT on Sunday. The head coach said the Bears are "tough" opponents, but he likes his squad and what they've done since mid-April.
"I feel good about our team and I feel good about the work we've put in, the attention to detail and
things like that," O'Brien said. "Just want to go out there and play a clean game, play a good football game."
Cornerback Kareem Jackson, who will start his seventh NFL season on Sunday, echoed O'Brien's sentiments.
"We put in a lot of work in OTAs and training camp," Jackson said Friday. "I think every guy in this locker room definitely took the right approach to prepare for the game. I'm just looking forward to going out there on Sunday and getting back at it."
Jackson and fellow cornerback Johnathan Joseph both have 12 career interceptions. Dunta Robinson is the franchise leader with 13.