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The Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys will meet for the 23rd time ever on Monday night.
The Cowboys lead the all-time series 13-9.
The last time these two teams squared off was in 2010, the Bears won 27-20 at Cowboys Stadium.
The Cowboys and Bears are very similar teams. They both have shaky offensive lines. They both have a solid pass rush and they both have quarterbacks that can roll out of the pocket.
The Cowboys defense is ranked first in the league, while its pass defense is second in the league allowing just 158 yards per game to opposing offenses.
The Bears are coming off a great defensive performance in a 23-6 win over St. Louis in Week Three. The Cowboys got by in Week Three, when they beat the Bucs 16-10 in Dallas.
Chicago has two key injuries in running back Matt Forte (ankle) and wide receiver Earl Bennett (hand). Both are said to be game-time decisions tonight. If Bennett can’t play expect second-year receiver Dane Sanzenbacher to be active for the first t...
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The play was on 4th and 1 on the 9 yard line with 1:19 left in the 4th quarter, with the Dallas Cowboys about to go up 23-21 with a Martin Gramatica chip shot. Tony Romo was the backup at the beginning of the season and was the place holder for Gramatica for that season and that game. The snap went off to Romo’s hands, but the ball seemed to slip, causing Gramatica to back off...
So who are the 2012 Dallas Cowboys? Currently they sit at 2-2 after a Monday Night beating by the Bears 34-18. They now enter their bye week with games against the Ravens, Panthers, Giants, Falcons and Eagles coming up. With the way they are playing they could easily go winless against those teams as they go into the middle of November. Once again I find myself scratching my head...
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Anthony Adams is the busiest NFL free agent ever. The former 49er and Chicago Bear is back at it with yet another video. This time around, he's trying out for 2016 U.S. Men's Olympic Gymnastics Team.
While five Dallas Cowboys players have been ruled out for
Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, wide receiver Miles Austin
(hamstring) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) are expected to play. Meanwhile, it’s questionable whether or not linebacker
Anthony Spencer (shoulder) will be able to suit up.
Austin found his way onto this week’s injury report...
Nearly like clockwork, evidence of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler behaving like a douchebag and treating others around him as if they are beneath his contempt and with total derision has once again reared its ugly head. For the second time in as many Bears appearances in a nationally televised game, Cutler was captured treating [...]
As previously noted before on this website, the NFL sidelines isn't exactly the safest place in the world as one Dallas Cowboys cheerleader found out last night.
After Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant made a sideline catch in the third quarter, he was pushed by Chicago Bears safety Chris Conte.
Dez's forward momentum caused him to collide with a camera guy and a Dallas cheerleader...
In general, it's difficult to defend Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, what with his winning personality, that perpetual smile and the wonderful rapport he has with both coaches and teammates. But we think he's right about his "If I don't acknowledge you you don't exist" moment with offensive coordinator Mike Tice early in Monday night's win over the Cowboys...
Little Cutty doesn’t care T…
Reality star Kristin Cavallari, and girlfriend of Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, brings her son Camden Cutler to the set of ‘The League’ at Balboa Park in Encino, California — Cavallari filmed a guest spot for the show yesterday. If this kid’s anything like his pops, he could care less about being on set. To see More Pics continue reading.-TO...
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Tony Romo had an ad at the beginning of the season. It was for Starter and in it, he addressed all of his "haters". He talks about how people are focused on the negative things that he and the Cowboys have done in the past and ends the spot by saying "that's what I'm focused on too".
Good thing, because those roars...
The Chicago Bears are looking to improve on their last prime time matchup, a 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 2, but face a tough test tonight on the road against the Dallas Cowboys.
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One of the biggest questions facing the Chicago Bears heading into tonight’s contest against the Dallas Cowboys, was the availability of RB Matt Forte. Several reports this morning suggested that Forte was going to be a game time decision but one report suggests that Forte is ready to play tonight.
FOX Sports insider Jay Glazer reports on Twitter that barring a freak accident tonight...