Monday night's game at Cowboys Stadium was very good for the Chicago Bears, and it was colossally bad for the Dallas Cowboys, who suffered another embarrassing prime-time defeat in their home stadium, lowlighted by five Tony Romo interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns. Jay Cutler, meanwhile, made up for his poor Week 2 showing against the Green Bay Packers with an excellent performance that featured some typically prickly behavior on the sideline.
Here's what else is on tap Tuesday:
» Tune in to "NFL AM" from 6 to 10 a.m. ET for a recap of Monday night's events in Dallas, and a look ahead at this week's big stories around the league. Our guest Tuesday morning is Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
» It's rankings day around the country, and Elliot Harrison has his latest, detailed Power Rankings.
» Adam Schein has The Schein Nine, including some teams that should be either angry or relieved about being 2-2.
» Albert Breer's Inside the NFL notebook features a look at the Arizona Cardinals -- still undefeated and virtually un-talked about.