Dak Prescott tossed for two scores and ran for another, Micah Parsons returned a bungle for his most memorable NFL score, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Chicago Bears 49-29 on Sunday.
Tony Pollard ran for 131 yards, and three TDs with Ezekiel Elliott sidelined by a right knee injury as the Cowboys (6-2) made it 2-for-2 in a four-game stretch against the NFC North.
Justin Fields mobilized the Bears (3-5) inside five in the wake of the following 28-7; they had proactively given the energy back when the youthful quarterback jumped into some unacceptable sort of Chicago legend.
David Montgomery mishandled in the open field after a catch in the second from last quarter, and Parsons fell running the wild ball. Rather than contacting Parsons down, Fields got around him.
The star linebacker got up, took off at the asking of partners, staggered toward the objective line, and turned over in the end zone on the 36-yard return. Authorities didn't stop the game for a survey.
The Cowboys scored scores on their initial four belongings, interestingly starting around 2014, two years before Prescott and Elliott showed up as unique newbies driving the group to the favorite in the NFC.
Prescott opened the scoring with a 7-yard run on a clever play plan by hostile organizer Kellen Moore. Prescott's two TD passes, including one to CeeDee Sheep, came on one or the other side of Pollard's most memorable score.
Fields tossed for two scores and ran for a score. His 10-yard throw to Cole Kmet got Chicago back inside 13 after his error on Parsons put Dallas up 42-23.
Pollard replied with a 54-yard score to return the lead to 20 and hold the Bears back from mobilizing, notwithstanding their fourth 200-yard hurrying round (240).
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