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The Titans (2-1) had trouble stopping Chicago (1-2) as the Bears outgained Tennessee 416-220, but came up with two interceptions. Campbell, the cornerback from Division II California (Pa.), picked off Caleb Hanies pass late in the third quarter and ran up the left sideline untouched to put Tennessee ahead to stay. "They executed better than we did at parts of that game than we did," Munchak said. "We eventually made enough plays to win the game." The Titans had dominated the stats a week ago only to lose to St. Louis on a last-second field goal. This time, Campbell came up with the interception, though he didnt know how to celebrate. "I knew I had to do something," Campbell said. "It was all just fun and games. I was just hyped. I probably smacked 50 people in the end zone. Chicago protected its quarterbacks well, allowing a lone sack when Hanie was taken down inside the final minute in a mark of improvement for the team that reached the NFC championship game last season. Bears coach Lovie Smith called the game an improvement over Monday nights 41-13 loss to the New York Giants. He liked how the offence moved the ball but not the turnovers or the inability to finish drives. "Its one thing to get yards, but they dont determine the winner based on yards," Smith said. "Its about points and we have to get points." Chicagos Jay Cutler played one series into the third quarter and was 13 of 21 for 170 yards with his one interception coming on the opening drive. Matt Forte ran 17 times for 74 yards and a touchdown, but Marion Barber hurt his calf early and did not return. Tight end Desmond Clark was carted off the field in the fourth quarter with a knee injury after being hit by Anthony Smith. The Titans played with receiver Kenny Britt scratched for a third straight game as he recovers from a sore right hamstring, and Chris Johnson still holding out for a new contract. 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Rookie Jamie Harper got his second straight start and scored his third TD this preseason on a 9-yard run to cap the drive. It was Cutlers first game as a pro in the city where he was the Southeastern Conference player of the year in 2005 playing for Vanderbilt. "Well, we got better again," Cutler said. "We left some points out there, you hate to see that but our offensive line played better, the receivers played better and Matt ran the ball. So, were getting there. Were not quite ready for the opener but were getting there." Tennessee had a chance to turn safety Michael Griffins pick of Cutlers tipped pass into points but had to settle for a 51-yard field-goal attempt that Rob Bironas pushed wide right. The Bears came right back. Cutler drove them down the field over 12 plays with Forte scoring from 3 yards out for a 7-0 lead. Robbie Gould also kicked a 45-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead but clanked a 29-yarder off the left upright in the second quarter. 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