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CHICAGO -- Jordan Howard ran for 117 yards and a career-high three touchdowns and the Chicago Bears handed San Francisco its 11th straight loss, beating the 49ers 26-6 on a snowy Sunday.The 49ers (1-11) extended their franchise-record losing streak and set a club low with 6 yards net passing on a day when Colin Kaepernick got lifted for Blaine Gabbert.The Bears (3-9) finished with a season high in points and picked up a rare win in a matchup between two of the NFLs worst teams.Matt Barkley, making his second start with Jay Cutler sidelined by a season-ending shoulder injury, went nearly the entire first half without a completion.But he led a touchdown drive near the end of the second quarter and finished 11 of 18 for 192 yards.Howard, who came in with two rushing touchdowns, scored on a 1-yard run near the end of the first half.A fifth-round draft pick from Indiana, he added a 2-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the third and a 5-yard run midway through the quarter.Howards three rush TDs are tied for the second-most by a Bears rookie in a game.Kaepernick completed just 1 of 5 passes for 4 yards and was sacked five times. He also ran for 20 yards on six attempts before Gabbert replaced him in the fourth quarter.Gabbert was 4 of 10 for 35 yards and sacked for a safety near the end of the game.Carlos Hyde ran for 92 yards, but the 49ers remained winless since they shut out Los Angeles in the season opener.The Bears led 7-6 after a first half that was ugly.Neither team completed a pass in the first quarter -- something that hadnt happened in an NFL game since the Jets and Patriots did it on Nov. 13, 1988, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.San Francisco had minus-14 yards passing in the half and didnt get a completion until Kaepernick connected with Vance McDonald on a 4-yarder midway through the second quarter.Barkley went almost the entire half without one before completing four for 64 yards on a touchdown drive that gave Chicago a 7-6 lead.He finally hit Deonte Thompson with a short pass with 1:43 remaining. Two completions to Cameron Meredith -- a 28-yarder and 17-yarder -- put the ball on the San Francisco 12. And Howard ran it in from the 1 to give Chicago a 7-6 lead with 31 seconds left after Tramaine Brock got flagged for pass interference against Daniel Brown in the end zone.INJURIESBears LB Leonard Floyd was back in the lineup after missing a game because of a concussion. Chicagos first-round draft pick, Floyd left the field on a stretcher following a scary collision with teammate Akiem Hicks trying to make a tackle in a loss at the New York Giants two weeks ago. ... LG Josh Sitton was active but did not start after missing a game because of a right ankle injury. ... 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"I dont think there is any pressure," Horvat said Wednesday. "Im trying not to think about it too much. Its always going to be out there and everyone is going to be asking how I feel about it. "Im just going out there and playing my game and do what I do best. I want to focus on my game and prove I can be part of the Vancouver Canuck organization and prove to everyone they made the right decision." Only time will tell if the Horvat trade will pay the same dividends as the draft-day dealings that saw Daniel and Henrik Sedin come to Vancouver. It could also come back to haunt the Canucks, like the trade that sent Cam Neely and a first-round draft pick to Boston for Barry Pederson. For now, the six-foot, 211-pound centre with the OHL London Knights is content to be one of 38 young players attending the Canucks prospect camp this week at Rogers Arena. "Im just trying to sink in everything I learn here," said the 18-year-old who grew up in Rodney, Ont. "They are doing a great job of getting us prepared for what is coming in the future, whether its main camp or next season." Canuck general manager Mike Gillis made the decision to trade Schneider after over a year of fruitless efforts to deal Roberto Luongo and his huge contract. The Canucks dealt Schneider to New Jersey on draft day for the Devils No. 9 pick, which they used to take Horvat. Horvat fits the bill for several Canuck needs. Hes a big centre who scored 33 goals and added 28 assists in 67 regular-season games for the Knights. He also was named the most valuable player of the OHL playoffs. With many of their key players over 30 years old, the Canucks want to get younger. "Thats great to hear," said Horvat. "I know a lot of teams in the NHL are going younger now. "To hear that . . . it really makes we want to work that much harder to prove myself, that I can be in the lineup." 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