Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott had a big game against the Bears on Sunday night.
Prescott completed 19 of 24 passes for 248 yards and ran for 36 yards on four carries. He had one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown in the 31-17 Dallas win.
The Mississippi State product also didn't throw an interception as part of a Dallas offense that had more than 35 minutes of time of possession.
THIS. IS. MARCH.
Happy Bracket Day, you guys. Knowing that you're all subtly trying to print out your NCAA Brackets from the office printer, we decided to keep the fun going.
Introducing the Chicago Football Madness. Basically, we compiled a list of Bears players with the hopes that you have it within yourself to only choose one. There are Bears legends, Bears coaches, current Bears players, and Cody Parkey.
That's not all, though, because this is March. The Under Center Podcast crew recorded a huge pod breaking down the entire bracket, with help from some illustrious guests. We've also got videos, extensive analysis, and Twitter polls.
So go check it out, vote on them, and let us know who you think is the ultimate Bears champion.
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It is a Chicago Football Madness edition of the Under Center podcast. In the spirit of March Madness, Alex Brown and John "Moon" Mullin join JJ Stankevitz, Cam Ellis and Paul Aspan to go through a bracket of the biggest Bears names in the 2018 (1:30), 2006 (14:00), 1985 (30:00) and Legends (36:00) regions to see who is the last man standing at the end.
You can listen to the entire thing right here, or in the embeded player below: