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Bears Bites: Huge D in the Big D

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  • Chicago Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton (69) moves in to sack Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) during the first half Monday night in Arlington, Texas.

      Chicago Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton (69) moves in to sack Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) during the first half Monday night in Arlington, Texas.
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Getting that feeling:

Um, remember the last time the Bears marched into Dallas and simply crushed the Cowboys?

The year was 1985.

Just sayin'.

Too soon?

Maybe, but why not think big?

Huge D in Big D:

Lovie loves turnovers.

Lovie got turnovers.

The guy is just too smooth:

Probably not a bigger turnover Monday night than Peanut Tillman's pick-6.

The guy now has 31 career INTs and 30 forced fumbles.

Simply incredible.

The quote:

"They're a wrecking machine."

-- ESPN analyst Jon Gruden on the Bears' defense.

Typical QB:

Grumpy, shouty, pouty making risky decisions …

Say hello to Tony Romo.

Meanwhile:

Jay Cutler overcomes a shaky first half -- including a brief spat with O-coordinator Mike Tice -- before lighting it up in the second with the help of old buddy Brandon Marshall.

Please tell me:

That sideline incident won't overshadow what was a huge road win for the beloved.

But …

Pretty sure it will. Sadly.

Ponder this:

The Bears are now tied atop the NFC North with … the Minnesota Vikings.

Wait, can that be right?

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