Getting that feeling:
Um, remember the last time the Bears marched into Dallas and simply crushed the Cowboys?
The year was 1985.
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.
"They're a wrecking machine."
-- ESPN analyst Jon Gruden on the Bears' defense.
Grumpy, shouty, pouty making risky decisions …
Say hello to Tony Romo.
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.
Pretty sure it will. Sadly.
The Bears are now tied atop the NFC North with … the Minnesota Vikings.
Wait, can that be right?