The Chicago Bears played a complete game on Monday night in Dallas, consistently hitting on big plays on offense and forcing game-changing turnovers on the other side of the ball.
» Gregg Rosenthal wrote about it, and I agree: Jay Cutler is embracing his status as the NFL's preeminent villain. He had to know cameras were trained on him when he blew off offensive coordinator Mike Tice in the second quarter. Classic.
» Convincing Billy Zabka impression aside, Cutler had a damn good game. When he gets hot, he's completely unstoppable. It's the inconsistency that keeps him out of that elite group.
» Brandon Marshall just killed the Dallas secondary. He sat down in the zone. He took the top off. The guy is a complete receiver.
» The Cowboys entered Week 4 as the No. 1-ranked defense in the league. If you didn't read too much in to the puff pieces about Rob Ryan's unit the past few days, congratulations.
» What a maddening game by Dez Bryant. Multiple drops, a killer route miscommunication that led to a pick six, and a sloppy illegal shift penalty. And yet, Bryant still finished with season highs in catches (8) and yards (105).
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