A strong finish to an already thrilling slate of action in Week 4 is on tap for Monday night, as the Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys, both 2-1 on the year, meet at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas in primetime.
Against an always stingy Bears defensive attack, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be tested, especially by the Bears' pass rush. The Cowboys, too, boast a strong pass rush buoyed by DeMarcus Ware, and will look to disrupt any rhythm quarterback Jay Cutler and the Bears offense gets into.
Bears running back Matt Forte is questionable for the Monday night showdown, and if he is unable to go, backup Michael Bush will be a key to whether the Bears can outlast the strong Cowboys defensive front.
Cutler, who is completing just more than 50 percent of his passes, has targeted Brandon Marshall often, as Marshall leads the team in receptions (16) and receiving yards (214).
Romo has been helped thus far by the presence of running back DeMarco Murray, who leads the Cowboys with 213 yards rushing.
Date and Time: Oct. 1, 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Spread: The Cowboys are favored by 3.5 at home