On a frigid night in Chicago, the Bears were red hot as they buried the Dallas Cowboys, 45-28. The kickoff temp for this game was 8 degrees, coldest regular-season game in Cowboys history. (The famous 1967 Playoffs Ice Bowl was a balmy -13 degrees!).
Josh McCown threw for 348 yards and tossed four TDs while leading the Bears to scores on eight of their nine possessions. Matt Forte rushed for 102 yards and Brandon Marshall had 100 yards receiving in what was a completely lopsided affair.
Tony Romo threw two late TDs, giving him three for the game, but it was not enough to overcome the Chicago defense.