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Bears-Cowboys one-liners

The Bears view their 27-20 victory as a statement win.

Bears receiver Devin Hester made one of the catches of the year in the second quarter, leaping in the corner of the end zone, reaching out with his right hand to grab the ball and then securing it with his left hand, all the while getting both feet down in bounds.

Bears QB Jay Cutler has a passer rating above 100 in four straight games, the first Bears quarterback to do that since Rudy Bukich in 1964.

Said Bears LB Brian Urlacher of CB D.J. Moore’s two-interception game, “D.J.’s so quick. He knows the system. The more he plays, the better he’ll get.”

Asked why he didn’t get much playing time, Bears WR Devin Aromashodu said, ”That’s not my decision. Whenever I’m called on, I have to be ready to go. That’s the main thing.”

The Cowboys squandered their first lead of the season with a series of blunders.

In Dallas the Cowboys are already being dismissed as overrated and overhyped.

Cowboys DE Marcus Spears was inserted as a goal-line tight end and missed his block.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo missed several key passes.

The Cowboys had five drives of 43 yards or more but scored only 13 points on those five drives.

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26 Responses to “Bears-Cowboys one-liners”
  1. joetoronto says: Sep 20, 2010 9:35 AM

    Where’s Vox nowadays anyway?

  2. Grulks says: Sep 20, 2010 9:53 AM

    “In Dallas the Cowboys are already being dismissed as overrated and overhyped.”
    Not just in Dallas, everywhere. They were after week one.
    I’ve been a Cowboys fan since 1979. This is one of the more talented teams they have fielded, for certain.
    The complete lack of discipline, and total lack of outspoken leadership on this team is killing them.
    It is absolutely unforgivable that they are playing without any heart. For some reason, they seem to think they are entitled to winning, instead of going out there and actually earning it. In two games, I haven’t seen anything from either the players or the coaches that makes me think they took either game serious.
    I’m just a single fan, so my opinion and loyalty don’t account for much in the overall scheme to the owner/players/coaches, and that’s really too bad, because the sh*tty execution of this team is infuriating and frustrating.
    At this point, I do not see Dallas accomplishing much (let alone making the playoffs) until they get rid of Phillips and Garrett, and get someone in there who can instill discipline and desire. Unfortunately, Jerry Jones’ ego appears to be too big to relinquish that kind of control.

  3. Dustin Chandler says: Sep 20, 2010 9:53 AM

    LOL @ Everyone asking “What’s wrong with the Cowboys?” and not giving the Bears any credit. haha.
    Go Cowboys… :/

  4. mattgso says: Sep 20, 2010 10:04 AM

    Bear fans,
    The anomaly in East Dakota is fading away. And we begin to shift back to rightful owners of the black-and-blue division.
    We return to what a rivlary is all about. A rivalry that surpasses all others. Each, the others #1 nemesis.
    I look forward to this Monday night in giddy anticipation. “Once more unto the breach, dear friends.”

  5. Swedish Mafia says: Sep 20, 2010 10:04 AM

    I can’t believe I’m saying this….but thank God for Martz…his adjustments made a HUGE difference

  6. Orakpwnd says: Sep 20, 2010 10:16 AM

    Boysroll, what’s the excuse this week? Did the refs have it out for you again? It’s going to be a long week in Dallas… plenty of time for you to LYFAO!

  7. penguininbondage says: Sep 20, 2010 10:24 AM

    When the ultimate jock sniffer Jeam Jaques is panning the Cowboys you know it’s bad.
    Wade gone after next week if they lose to Houston?

  8. DeluxeReverb says: Sep 20, 2010 10:30 AM

    Cowboys have tons of playmakers but no role players.

  9. hank moody says: Sep 20, 2010 10:33 AM

    Grulks…great post. I have been a fan since 1970 and there is no denying the talent they have. But there is no heart and discipline (except for a few players like Jason Whitten). Look at the Steelers, a team I hate…they are winning with a 3rd string QB because they are playing with heart, intensity and discipline. Garrett is a terrible play caller. Romo is not good enough to carry this team, and he is throwing the ball over 50 times a game. Dallas needs to run first, throw second, and when they do throw, they need to go deeper more often….too many dink and dunk. Romo looked like sh&t yesterday. Dallas now goes on to play a very good Houston team with a QB who looks much better than Romo. Unless they turn things around in a week, 0-3 is on the horizon.

  10. ShootahCowboy says: Sep 20, 2010 10:36 AM

    Grulks says:
    September 20, 2010 9:53 AM
    “In Dallas the Cowboys are already being dismissed as overrated and overhyped.”
    Not just in Dallas, everywhere. They were after week one.
    I’ve been a Cowboys fan since 1979. This is one of the more talented teams they have fielded, for certain.
    The complete lack of discipline, and total lack of outspoken leadership on this team is killing them.
    It is absolutely unforgivable that they are playing without any heart. For some reason, they seem to think they are entitled to winning, instead of going out there and actually earning it. In two games, I haven’t seen anything from either the players or the coaches that makes me think they took either game serious.
    I’m just a single fan, so my opinion and loyalty don’t account for much in the overall scheme to the owner/players/coache s, and that’s really too bad, because the sh*tty execution of this team is infuriating and frustrating.
    At this point, I do not see Dallas accomplishing much (let alone making the playoffs) until they get rid of Phillips and Garrett, and get someone in there who can instill discipline and desire. Unfortunately, Jerry Jones’ ego appears to be too big to relinquish that kind of control.
    _________________________________
    Don’t think I could’ve said it any better. Well done.
    Just an addition. Not only is it frustrating, but more so EMBARASSING.

  11. magsdad1 says: Sep 20, 2010 10:41 AM

    This is the type of team you will get from Wade Phillips.
    Remember: He was a 9-7 coach with JOHN ELWAY as his quarterback. Enough said.

  12. stevemcguigan says: Sep 20, 2010 10:48 AM

    Somewhere in Texas, a Dungeons and Dragons game has lost a key player to suicide.

  13. asdfghjkl says: Sep 20, 2010 10:50 AM

    Yeah! Where are all those cocky Cowboys fans on this site that were boasting about how great they were before the season started?

  14. CYGNUS X-1 says: Sep 20, 2010 10:52 AM

    this martz/cutler pairing just isn’t working out is it florio?imagine how good they would be if hester was a reciever right?not the bears problem if the boys aren’t the team they were hyped up to be,they just did what needed to be done and won the game.cutler looks a little better this year now that he has somebody in charge that knows what he is doing doesn’t he?maybe it wasn’t all his fault that he and the bears sucked last year after all.amazing what having more than 3 plays can do for a qb and a team isn’t it?

  15. mpritc1019 says: Sep 20, 2010 10:54 AM

    I looked in the box score and couldn’t find Julius Peppers. Was he injured or has he started his take the game off thing again?

  16. huegtoad says: Sep 20, 2010 10:56 AM

    thanks for crapping on my Bears dude!!! Cowboys fans should be embarrased but Bears fans should be proud at least for one week!!! They played a very disciplined game. Do they have lesser talent than Dallas? probably, but they are rarely out of a game and if they execute as well as they did yesterday, they will win their fair share of games.
    One thing i don’t like, it wasn’t romo’s fault. He had two picks, but one was really a fumble that was picked up before it hit the ground, and the other was Whitten’s fault. Yeah they never stretched the field but those options might not have been there. romo is a good atheltic QB. We had him dead in our sights many times and he got himself free and often made a play, i was impressed. his accuracy on crossing patterns had a little to be desired but on timing plays, if the bears front four disrupted that timing even just a few fractions of a second, that’s going to affect accuracy a bit. Blame a lot of people, but don’t blame Tony, he’s a fine QB and it wouldn’t suprise me if they won next week one bit!!!

  17. LiPo says: Sep 20, 2010 10:59 AM

    I just looked at Dallas’s schedule:
    They only have 2 more games on their schedule which should be “easy.” Lions and Jaguars.
    Dallas could easily finish with like a 7-9 record.
    Its not like playing the Texans next week is going to be easy. Saints, Colts, Minnesota, GreenBay?

  18. Midway Monster says: Sep 20, 2010 11:03 AM

    Rossy Ross sucks.

  19. purpleguy says: Sep 20, 2010 11:08 AM

    Good for the Bears — after all the pre-season trashing, these last two wins must feel pretty good. The Monday night Pack game ought to be pretty entertaining.

  20. Jabberwocky says: Sep 20, 2010 11:33 AM

    Hmm…all the major question marks for the Bears (O-line is the only exception) heading into this season have been answered. No WRs- check! Bad secondary- check! Error prone QB- check! High risk offensive coordinator- check! An overrated Urlacher- check!
    The gameball belongs to Mike Martz for altering his gameplan halfway through the first quarter; it completely changed the complexion of the game, and saved Jay’s life. All those bitter Bronco fans can now relish in their continued misery! Go Bears!

  21. Codebeard says: Sep 20, 2010 12:16 PM

    Can’t wait to see the Monday Night game next week now. Just a week and a half ago the national media would’ve pegged it as a huge Green Bay win. Now that the Bears have shown they’ve got some offensive punch and a defense that has a knack for generating takeaways, it should be a fun one at Soldier Field, win or lose.

  22. Dewey Axewoond says: Sep 20, 2010 12:51 PM

    mpritc1019 says:
    September 20, 2010 10:54 AM
    I looked in the box score and couldn’t find Julius Peppers. Was he injured or has he started his take the game off thing again?
    ________________________________
    I looked at the box score and it had the Bears at 2-0 and sitting atop the division.
    Go pick your nits elsewhere, Buzz Killington.

  23. PimplePopperMD says: Sep 20, 2010 1:51 PM

    The Bears are ready to crown themselves again. You technically lost to Detroit and beat a bad Cowboys team and think you’re going to hang with the Packers?

  24. Other Bears says: Sep 20, 2010 2:13 PM

    The Bears finally have a head coach, and his name is Mike Martz. Martz is the only Bears head coach since Ron Rivera (yeah – I meant to call him the head coach) to make adjustments based on personnel and the game situation. Omiyele was always a left tackle before he came to the Bears. He failed in other slots, but put him where he belongs and he performs adequately. Go figure! The only thing that Lovie contributed on Sunday was the usual standing there looking confused, and a stupid challenge. I was at the bar watching and after that play, I leaned over to the guy next to me and said “Lovie is going to challenge that play because he wishes it was a fumble, even though it’s very clear that it wasn’t.” 5-seconds later… Thank you! Idiot. He’s so worthless.

  25. Osos_Rule! says: Sep 20, 2010 3:30 PM

    Urlacher looked “REAL” overrated the past to games…….lol.
    Where all the ignorant Vikings and Packers fans that have been bashing the Bears all off season??
    Probably sitting with your thumbs up you B***’s and feet in your mouths!!

  26. junior3443 says: Sep 20, 2010 8:39 PM

    mpritc1019 says:
    September 20, 2010 10:54 AM
    I looked in the box score and couldn’t find Julius Peppers. Was he injured or has he started his take the game off thing again?
    __________________________________
    Just like most NFL fans you just look at the box score Maybe Watch a game and you might not need to ask stupid questions

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