Bears vs. Cowboys 2012: Bloggers comment on Bears blowout win

The Chicago Bears beat the Dallas Cowboys, 34-18, on Monday night, thanks in large part to an opportunistic defense that picked off Tony Romo five times and scored two touchdowns. Bloggers for both teams had plenty to say about the game.

In a Notes and Jottings column at Windy City Gridiron, Steven Schweikert says that Jay Cutler mostly "hit his windows, gave his receivers plays, and didn't take too many unnecessary risks." Schweikert also says that the defensive line was good, despite only sacking Romo once, as the Bears front brought "more pressure than the Marianas Trench."

Also at Windy City Gridiron, Lester A. Wiltfong, Jr. explores the possibility of a growing rapport between Jay Cutler and Kellen Davis. Davis had three catches for 62 yards Monday night.

Over at Blogging the Boys, in a By the Numbers post, blogger rabblerousr notes that the Cowboys' starting offensive line has played all of three snaps together this year. The Cowboys, after four games, are last in the league in points scored, and are averaging a paltry 53 yards on the ground per game.

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