On Monday night the Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears will face off against one another in prime time.
The Cowboys (7-5) will look for a win to keep the top spot in the NFC East while the Bears (6-6) want to maintain hope for a playoff spot.
Coverage of the game between the Cowboys and Bears will air on ESPN beginning at 8:30 pm ET from Soldier Field in Chicago, IL.
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Two of the NFL’s worst defenses get together tonight when the Chicago Bears host the Dallas Cowboys. The Soldier Field crowd will deal with temperatures well below freezing. The frigid weather should be a factor as two playoff contenders will try to stop each other. The Bears have the 27st ranked defense but they will...
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It’s a strange league, the NFL is. With the Detroit Lions falling victim to the Eagles and a couple dozen helpings of packing snow, the Chicago Bears have a prime opportunity tomorrow night.
No, I’m not talking about probably allowing DeMarco Murray to go off to the tune of 200 yards and two touchdowns, likely shattering the soul of my fantasy team and all of...
Looking for the best Dallas Cowboys blog? Look no further. You found it. Congratulations! Silver and BlueBlood - The Essential Dallas Cowboys Blog | Totally Biased * Highly Opinionated * UnapologeticThe Cowboys are 7-5. Two whole games over .500. For a team that has not finished above .500 in four seasons, that is kind of a big deal. With four games to go, the Cowboys can either...
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne has been ruled out Monday night at Chicago, marking the fourth time in the last five games that he hasn’t played because of a hamstring injury. Claiborne returned to play against the Giants on Nov. 24 but aggravated his hamstring injury. He didn’t practice this week. “He was wanting to […]
What did the Cowboys do to offend the gods of the side lines. Yet again for the 4th time in 5 games fans will witness Morris Claibourne on the sidelines with a hamstring injury. Also sitting on the sidelines with a hamstring injury this week is number 17 Dwayne Harris. The Cowboys have been struggling with an injured roster for the past two seasons.
It’s sad that since...
While the Dallas Cowboys have officially ruled out cornerback Morris Claiborne for Monday night’s match up with the Bears, linebacker Sean Lee is questionable.
Below is the Cowboys official injury report.
Former Dallas Cowboys players and coaches that now work and play for the Bears didn’t care for the Hollywood feel of being a part of the Cowboys organization. “It’s a little bit more like Hollywood,” former Cowboys and current Bears special-teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis said per ProFootballTalk.com. “[H]ere it’s a little bit more, probably a little tamer. But they’re...
Week 14 RB Starts DeMarco Murray at Chicago – Coming off a three touchdown performance and three extra days rest Murray should be ready to roll against Chicago. With game time temperatures expected to be below freezing the Cowboys may look to the ground game more often than usual. Murray has had 17+ touches and 95+ total yards in three straight games and draws a Bears defense that...
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson said Thursday that “it would be cool to play in Dallas, to play back home.” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones refused to talk about that topic on 105.3 The Fan’s ”The Jerry Jones Show” on Friday. “We don’t want to get into hypotheticals in any way,” Jones said, via USATODAY.com. ”As a matter of fact that’s called...
Morris Claiborne, who has been out since Nov. 24 with hamstring injuries, continued to be sidelined, which leads me to my next question. Did the Dallas Cowboys drop the ball on Morris Claiborne? One of the biggest knocks on Morris Claiborne was that he isn’t physical enough for the NFL. The other knock on him […]
As much as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones would love to talk about possibly acquiring Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, he knows he can’t since it would be tampering. “We don’t want to get into hypotheticals in any way,” Jones said on his Friday appearance with 105.3 The Fan Dallas/Fort Worth, via PFT. “As a matter of fact that’s called ‘get busted’ in the...
The Dallas Cowboys haven't been very good in December, but they are trying to reverse the trend and make the playoffs. The 2011 and 2012 seasons ended for the Cowboys away from home against division rivals, the New York Giants and Washington Redskins. However, the schedule this year is more forgiving for the team and they feel they have a good shot at sealing the deal this time around.
The Chicago Bears’ have a few big wide outs in starting receivers Brandon Marshall, 6-4 and 230 pounds, and Alshon Jeffery, 6-3, 216 pounds. Once you add tight end Martellus Bennett, at 6-6, 265 pounds you do you some big jokers. Well Dallas Cowboys Defensive Coordinator Monte Kiffin had a different group of words for […]
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The Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles are tied atop of the NFC East standings at 7-5 and both teams have three games remaining before facing off against each other on the final game of the season.
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