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Two of the ugliest games this past week involved the Bears and the Cowboys.
The Lions, who have not won a road game since 2007, nearly beat the Bears at Soldier Field, but had what would have been a game-winning touchdown negated due to a controversial rule.
The Cowboys lost to the Redskins, due in large part to a bad play call at the end of the first half, and a blatant hold that negated a touchdown at the end of the game.
It's only the second week of the season, but both teams have a lot on the line this weekend. The Bears are trying to prove that last week's victory was not a fluke against a bad opponent, and that they can run Mike Martz's offense. The Cowboys need to show that they have not only a competent offense, but one that can get them to the Super Bowl.