For Cowboys fans, it must be starting to feel like Chicago is a divisional opponent. The past two seasons, Dallas has played the Bears and lost quite badly.
In 2014, the 'Boys will travel to Soldier Field for the second straight season to play the Bears for the third straight year.
Last year, backup quarterback Josh McCown and receivers Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall lit up the Cowboys' secondary. The two wideouts finished with a touchdown apiece while McCown threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns.
The Bears beat up the Cowboys in every sense during that contest just a year after defeating them 34-18.
Despite Chicago missing the playoffs last season, this matchup is going to be every bit as tough as it was the last two occasions.
Jeffery has become a legit big-time receiving threat. Jay Cutler, barring any injury, will suit up under center against many of the same defenders his former backup torched last year.
Dallas is going to have to bring everything it has to Chicago in hopes of avenging two straight losses to the Bears in recent years. It's also important to note that since this is a Week 14 bout, failing to secure a win could have serious playoff implications for both teams.