The Chicago Bears pounded the Dallas Cowboys 34-18.  Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo was 31 for 43 for 307 yards and one touchdown while throwing for a tying a career high five interceptions. 

Bears linebacker, Lance Briggs and cornerback, Charles Tillman, returned two of Tony Romo's interceptions for touchdowns, while safety Major Wright had two picks and cornerback D.J. Moore had the other pick.

Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler was 18 of 24 for 275 yards and two touchdowns while running back Matt Forte had 13 carries for 52 yards and Brandon Marshall had seven catches for 138 yards and one touchdown.

The leading performers for the Cowboys were Jason Witten with 13 catches for 112 yards and one touchdown and Dez Bryant with eight catches for 105 yards.  Dallas running back DeMarco Murray was held in check by the Bears defense with having only 11 carries for 24 yards.

The Cowboys are off this week but are back in action October 14th when they travel to Baltimore to take on Ray Lewis and the Ravens.  Kickoff is at 12 noon.