As I said in an earlier-blog post on here, it was indeed turnovers that led to the demise of the Cowboys in Monday Night's game, as they lost 38-17 in a blowout game. -- The Cowboys became one dimensional just as they have the past two weeks, with the running-game being almost non-existint. Cowboys' running-back DeMarco Murray got an 11 yard-gain on the first play of the game, and would only get 13 more yards for the rest of the night. -- Dallas Quarterback Tony Romo went 31-45, but threw five interceptions in the ugly loss. -- Chicago's offense didn't have as many total yards, and first-downs as Dallas had more in both categories, not to say that the Bears offense didn't have their moments, they did. But overall the Bears' defense, the score went in favor of the Bears. -- Chicago did score two field-goals in the win.
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