Photo gallery: Cowboys beat up Bears at Soldier Field
On the board
One of the few bright spots in the Bears loss was Martellus Bennett, (12 catches, 84 yards, TD) who found the end zone on this play in the second quarter to tie the game at 7.
Taking the rookie to school
Dez Bryant feasted on Kyle Fuller for most of Thursday night by physically dominating the rookie cornerback.
Quite the catch
Brandon Marshall reeled in a spectacular one-handed catch in the second quarter to temporarily ignite the Bears' offense.
Running for miles
Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray had plenty of lanes to run through on Thursday as he racked up 179 yards on the ground.
Brandon Marshall finished the night with three catches for 61 yards but also suffered a serious injury to his ribs as he was helped off the field and taken to the hospital.
Surprise star of the night
Cole Beasley was Tony Romo's favorite target on Thursday as he caught two touchdown passes in the Cowboys' win.
Bryant showing off
Wherever Romo would throw it, Bryant would catch it. The Cowboys' star wideout finished the night with six catches for 82 yards.
Joseph Randle took advantage of his one carry on the night as he found the end zone from 17 yards out to extend the Cowboys' lead to 35-7 in the 3rd quarter.
Not done yet
Alshon Jeffery made this finger-tip catch in the 4th quarter to inch the Bears closer to the Cowboys.
Nail in the coffin
Orlando Scandrick recorded the first interception of the game late in the fourth quarter as he picked off Jay Cutler to seal the 41-28 victory for the Cowboys.
With the loss, the Bears will not finish above .500 in 2014 as they move to 5-8 with only three games left in the season.