The Bears gave up two sacks to the Cowboys and we'll break down both plays in our Week 4 Sackwatch.
After an impressive victory against the Dallas Cowboys this past Monday night, we can safely say that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall have rekindled the flame that, for a while had been extinguished.
The NFC North won both out-of-division games this weekend, while two rivals faced off in Michigan to bring the quartet to 3-1 on the week.
Bears TE Kellen Davis has had some replayed miscues so far through 4 games, but he's not necessarily playing bad football. Could last nights performance be the catalyst to his and Jay Cutler connecting more often?
Jay Cutler threw 2 touchdowns, and Tony Romo 5 interceptions. When these guys are hot, they're red hot. Bears win 34-18.
The game seems closer than the score indicates, but the Bears take a 24-10 lead into the final period
The Bears offense was struggling early, but finally put together a great drive in the third quarter. Bears up 17-7.