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After their performance last week I don’t see how the Bears can beat any team with a decent record. However, I think they will sneak away with a win this week. It won’t be a win based on what the Bears do right but more about what the Cowboys do wrong. The Cowboys have yet to prove they can play well in December. Also, the weather and field conditions work in the Bears favor. There will be missed assignments by the Dallas defense, Tony Romo will throw an interception and Demarco Murray will put the ball on the ground. Bears win!
Bears 27 – Cowboys 21
The Cowboys will control the line of scrimmage on offense which will allow them to run the ball effectively and then set up play action. The Bears offense will continue to struggle against zone defenses and won’t be able to score enought points to win the game.
Bears 17 Cowboys 27
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Everyone is talking about how the Cowboys will self destruct in the second half of the season. However, coming off a 33-10 loss against the Eagles, they will be ready to play. The Bears are a team in search of an identity and they will not have an answer for the Cowboys ground game, which will open up some big plays through the air as well. That being said, look for the Cowboys to get back into the win column.
Cowboys 38, Bears 24
First things first, the Bears are an underachieving and non-motivated team. The Cowboys are finding an identity that could lead to a playoff push. Demarco Murray, behind that offensive line, will have a career day with a little of Dez Bryant sprinkled in. This one could get ugly if the Bears don’t come out firing.
Cowboys 34, Bears 17
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