The Chicago defense intercepted Tony Romo five times, two of which were returned for touchdowns, and the Bears routed the Cowboys last night 34-to-18 in Dallas. Jay Cutler threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears, who improved to 3-and-1, which moved them into a first place tie with the Vikings atop the NFC North.
The Lions, who are in a bye week, will battle the Bears in Chicago on Monday Night Football on October 22nd. Meanwhile, Detroit coach Jim Schwartz said yesterday the Lions can dig themselves out of their 1-and-3 hole with all things correctable following Sunday’s loss at home to the Vikings. The Lions practice tomorrow and then are off until a week from today when they start to prepare for Game 5 on Sunday October 14th at Philadelphia.