Originally written October 02, 2012 on Football Nation:
Monday night in "Big D" proved to be rather unpleasant for the host Dallas Cowboys as they welcomed in the NFC North's Chicago Bears. Billed as the battle of the two "almost elite" quarterbacks, the Monday night matchup featured Chicago's controversial Jay Cutler and his revamped receiving corps against the Cowboys' charismatic Tony Romo and his promising pass catchers.Although it started out as a low scoring defensive battle that didn't even yield its first field goal until just over four minutes left in the second quarter the Bears' decisive 34-18 victory was again sparked by their relentless pass rush and outstanding secondary play. Chicago's Pro Bowl cornerback, Charles "Peanut" Tillman, snagged Romo's first of five total interceptions late in the second quarter and waltzed into the end zone unscathed for the game's first touchdown. Bouncing right back from his blunder, Romo quickly lead Dallas down the field. His tim...
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  • THE BEST PART IS ALMOST(if not more)BEAR Jersey's in the crowd,the were freakin EVERYWHERE,It must take alot out of a home team when there's a issue with the fan attendance being pretty close(if not equal/more)to favoring the visitoring team,Chicago is popular but DAMNNNNN thats a head game.
    No dis-intended but as a bear fan here in CT.its hard to find a hat/shirt/sweatshirt/hats ETC...Dallas is a **** of great players not playing as a team,seems like its about "I did my job dont look at me"or he's NOT doing his end ETC...lot of talent not playing on same team,I may be wrong but nothing else makes sense(Jet's)?? or does it(Ryan just coincidence)? We'll talk more,sports news at 11:00pm GO-BEARS !!
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