The Dallas Cowboys spilled to 6-7 on the season after falling to yet another above 500 clubs on Thursday Night Football as the Chicago Bears handed Dallas a 31-24 loss at Soldier Field. This match was not as familiar as the final score would conceive as the Bears were very much in control throughout the evening. In the beginning, however, it looked like it would be a match that the Cowboys would tame after they opened the contest with a 17 play drive that trekked 75 yards, took probably nine minutes, and resulted in a touchdown. However, that drive ascertained to be an outlier in what was a slightly sinister night for Jason Garrett’s club.
Meanwhile, Chicago was remarkable poise throughout, and quarterback Mitch Trubisky made sufficient throws that not only should provide the Bears confidence for this season but possibly going forward as well. This win keeps the playoffs hopes of Chicago alive, while Cowboys may need oversight into the postseason by default. Chicago was capable of fighting back Dalla’s opening drive and tame the rest of the match. Mitch Trubisky did have the interception on the first offensive position of the Bears’. Still, he played immensely well in this contest. He was confident and did not make many poor decisions. He was capable of hitting tight windows and even displayed a bit more compliance to utilize his legs.
The Bears kept things rather comfortable on the invective side of the ball. Matt Nagy, the head coach, did call a tight end screen to J.P. Holtz in the first half that helped to fix their first touchdown of the match. Still, they did easy expose that was some of the Dallas’ weakness. This poor encountering will be highlighted. Defensively, the Bears were capable of really voiding Amari Cooper, the star receiver of Cowboys. He did have a touchdown late and ended with receiving 83 yards; still, he usually was held in check when the match was more in concern.