Bears deflated in big D

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Dallas scored on its first four possession and jumped out to a 24-3 halftime lead en route to a 31-17 beatdown of the Chicago Bears Sunday night in Arlington, Texas.  With the loss, the Bears remain winless at 0-3 while the Cowboys improve to 2-1.

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The game was reminiscent of Monday’s debacle at Soldier Field from the Bears perspective. Rookie QB Zak Prescott picked up where Eagles rookie QB left off, shredding an outmanned Chicago attack unit with precision passing and key third down conversions.  Prescott threw for 248 yards and a touchdown. He was buoyed by a strong rushing performance by fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott, who ran through and over Bears defenders to the tune of 140 yards.

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